qp^iMi ^ ijy^ ^i^i^^gg ag^ssM Dinanb library Tbaiv Cross (College Worcester, Jltassncljtisrtts ^fSSTCT^w^^J 1 I M — The 1978 Spring Senior Supplement RICHARD P. JASINSKI THOMAS J. LYNCH PHILIP A. McDERMOTT JAMES M. MONAHAN ROSEMARY B. MONGAN TIMOTHY C. MOORE PAUL F. MORAGHAN MICHAEL S. MORRIS TIMOTHY J. MORTENSON PETER J. MULHERN ANDREW J. MUNCH JR. MICHAEL K.F. MUNDTH STEPHEN J. MURPHY MICHAEL G. RILEY FRANK P.J. SWEENEY KAREN A. WALSI DfflAND LIBRARY, HOLY CROSS COLLEGE WORCESTER, MA 01610 (508) 793-2642 LHI 9* ««■ >/ «.v_ u.- > •Jt+ *Ct >: _ , +.* * t \4 \ \ 1 1978 PURPLE PATCHER COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS WORCESTER MASS. Y \'^ iiiiiii. i • „— MlUM-.'tii iSL V » \Jt> 1 1 1 i\ riu -%» s / yft ■I ^ & sf i ■ r uA J "s. IB if -<• ' • J U - A X m r.nt A Wgl m"" * ft** m. 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V ■ .-! • ., • %l I < -«< 11 WIMTER CARNIVAL loo Cross 30° Snow Country Sculpture 1 Skiing judging lifj -II J I i I I I 34 35 Holy Cross, like every other place in New England, felt the effects of what is now being touted as The Great Blizzard of '78'. Students endured the cancellation of classes with cheerful stoicism, but when Hogan closed and Chieftain's locked its doors the blizzard threatened to become a bore. New diversions were sought: the young and reckless purloined Kimball trays and hurtled downhill, or leaped into drifts of snow from second story windows. The infirmary quickly filled with the ranks of young and reckless. When it was discovered that Yanover's package store was open the hejira began, some of the more enterprising carrying merchandise back on sleds. After awhile the snow stopped but the wind continued to whip and the streets remained empty. Rte. 290 was a vast, icy, cement Sahara; in Hogan parking lot snow covered Pinto and Mercedes with numbing impartiality. 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Curtin 28 H. Halderman 29 R. Patterson 30 D. Fizechette 31 R. Kielley 32 J. Picone 33 J. Sheehan 34 E. Reks 35 S. Hannigan 36 Damn Yankees 79 80 1 M McMullan 15 D. Gullet 2 M Fontana 16 K. Dalton 3C. Cicerchia 17 C. McDonald 4 K. Stoffer 18 J. Gray 5D. Perry 19 D. Fobert 6N. Martin 20 B. Clausen 7 A. McKenzie 21 M. Duggan 8 M Pitruzzello 22 M. Mahoney 9S. Ward 23 M. Kelly 10 H. Golicz 24 M. Murphy 11 K. Mulvey 25 M.L. Graham 12 C. O'Neil 26 B. Keegan 13 T. Neuhaus 27 T. Muldari 14 L. Bartoli 28 D. Riley 1 A. Dakumo 2 J. White 3 K. Sweeny 4 J. Saint 5 D. Sharkey 6 D. Lemiewx 7 G. Uliasz 8 D. Sheehan 9 G. Kinel 10 S. Rast 11 J. Shea 12 C. Sims 13 K. Grady 14 K. Manahan 15 D. Russell 16 J. Rocheleau 17 B. DeMarco 18 P. Connelly 19 R. Moynihan 20 M. Mahoney 21 K. Quinlan 22 A. Uva 23 S. Ryzewicz 24 T. Coughlin 25 D. Mac Ad am 26 R. Oakes 81 MULLEDY BASEMENT 82 1 B. Hurley 11 T. Noack 2 P. Kelley 12 D. Stahelski 3 P. OToole 13 S. Duffy 4 R. Allen 14 C. Murphy 5 T. Halloran 15 C. Rozycki 6 T. Boland 16 N. Solomon 7 D. Cain 17 R. McManus 8 S. Murphy 18 H. Mihalik 9 S. Fernandez 19 M. Shannon 10 S. Freeman 1 B. Rago 2 B. Kelley 3 T. Covelle 4 T. McLaughlin 5 J. Gralton 6 B. Garner 7B. Rack 8 G. Fox 9 P. Cassoli 10 J. Sullivan 11 M. Murray 12 D. Chisolm 13 J. O'Hara 14 P. Arabia 15 T. Lilly 16 J. Taylor 17 P. Fineran 18 P. Karas 19 K. Smith 20 J. O'Connor 21 B. Reed 22 K. Hannan 23 W. Cheese 24 R. Reardon 25 B. Lane 26 P. Smith 27 S. Clair 83 84 1 S. Greene 2 C. Gulia 3 S. Flynn 4 J. Laurendeau 5 B. Ross 6 J. LeMay 7 F. McGovern 8 C. Issa 9 F. Rose 10 B. Flater 11 M. Kristofik 12 C. Mallard 13 K. Fitzgerald 14 K. Fitzgerald 15 D. Friedje 16 T. Gorman 1 "^. ■ V r l[ \ 1 1 4*Y g^ •i 4 Kb ' k1- 9 J .John «V i* -J, qJ - p* M>4 H 1 L V | ' ^f\T H»"r/r«6 1 1 ■ m^^A y \ . ^gji 1 7H rl ^ ^$*S^ji H^ ^^ r W -^ ta^^^lBH. 1 D. Conway 2 R. Beauregard 3 M. O'Brien 4 A. Syiek 5 L. Liter 6 M. Rendilli 7 M. Marrin-Padilla 8 J. Reilly 9 J. Roche 10 P. Loveland 11 D. Hassett 12 D. 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Barry 24 L. Conway 1 M. McGuire 12 K. McLaughlin 2 K. Root 13 S. McGuane 3 S. Coleman 14 E. Hall 4 T. Soma 15 M. Cloutier 5 E. Johnston 16 K. Panda 6 C. McGurren 17 C. Conley 7 M. Callahan 18 S. Murray 8 S. McLaughlin 19 M. Schrang 9 J. Leary 20 R. McCarthy 10 C. McCloskey 21 L. Feroleto 11 C. Fernandez 22 T. Bowler 89 90 1 P. O'Connor 2 J. Meegan 3 J. Ferrucci 4 P. Hern 5 K. Murray 6 K. McLoughlin 7 M. Bowman 8 M. Bohm 9 M. Majka 10 C. Smith 11 A. Athy 12 S. Smyth 13 M. Garvey 14 E. Hall 15 S. McDonough 16 J. Bjorn 17 E. O'Brien 18 S. Cahill 19 D. Pinnock 20 M. Charlton 1 G. Sullivan 13 E. McCarthy 2C. Blair 14 N. Callahan 3M Burke 15 K. Halley 4M Berner 16 M. Schrang 5 A. Mousseau 17 B. Magnier 6M Canedo 18 L. Moriarty 7M Kirby 19 J. Sullivan 8M Welsh 20 E. Smith 9K. Easter 21 S. Moran 10 M Casey 22 M. Long 11 L. Beaulieu 23 D. Loomis 12 C. Redi 24 M. Courtney 91 92 1 T. Fay 2 J. Cardillo 3 B. Vandorpe 4 M. Dempsey 5 C. Perille 6 J. Dario 7 T. Smith 8 G. Leidig 9 M. Finnegan 10 R. Almendrales 11 C. Callahan 12 M. Wernig 13 T. Ferguson 14 S. Fatum 15 M. Burrwell 16 P. Audet 17 D. Croff 18 F. Eppinger 19 C. Dokye 20 P. Daley 21 T. Lyman 22 T. Crane 23 J. Cusson 24 T. Allen 25 E. Wieman 1 A. DiGregorio 2 C. Baker 3 P. Clower 4 M. O'Keefe 5 M. Coyne 6 B. DeFelice 7 B. Vamey 8 J. Fitzgibbons 9 M. Bates 10 M. Rimkus 11 J. Power 12 A. Casavant 13 D. Dobrosky 14 O. John 15 R. Cobb 93 94 1 T. Ripp 2 F. McCann 3 P. Stathis 4 M. Belotti 5 P. Kirby 6 J. Power 7 M. Schellhorn 8 D. Dwyer 9 M. Mendonca 10 B. Massa 11 M. McSally 12 G. Fulgione 13 J. McNeil 14 M. Balogna 15 E. Hyland 16 C. Davis 17 B. Sinnot 18 M. McAffee 19 N. Spellman 20 D. Conroy 21 K. McNamara 22 D. Whitney 23 P. Tam 24 J. Horan 25 P. Slattery 26 P. Brickfeild 27 J. Volante 28 G. Szalucka 29 T. Solitario 30 J. Meehan 31 J. Sirois 32 J. Turco 33 D. Bowman 34 B. Bednar 35 D. Belmonte 1 J. Cipolla 2 R. St.Germaine 3 M. Daley 4 T. Stokes 5 D. Graham 6 R. Quinn 7 J. Fahey 8 B. Mahaffey 9 C. Pierrault 10 J. Stroud 11 T. Tenca 12 K. Quinn 13 P. Carrieri 14 R. Reger 15 J. Alkire 16 T. Corselli 17 T. Lynch ' 18 M. Murray 19 Son of Focus 20 M. Mahoney 21 C. Summer 22 R. Houston 23 A. Soufleris 24 P. Delia 25 T. Schufrieder 26 C. Doucette 27 T. Massarelli 28 M. Forge 29 M. Taylor 30 B. Elward 31 S. Schillinger 32 M. Tribodeau 33 J. Branbury 34 B. Ulrich 35 P. Ryan 36 M. Tramontozzi 37 M. Fallon 38 P. Duval 39 G. Scales 95 96 1 C. Malloy 2 B. Saunders 3 B. Barakat 4 A. Geissler 5 C. Caprio 6 C. Ross 7 F. Gannon 8 N. Gleeson 9 S. Driscoll 10 C. Taylor 11 M. Cain 12 E. Meehan 13 A. Eagan 14 E. Palomba 15 B. Kelley 16 J. Rockwood 17 D. Power 18 C. Bootle 19 S. Lawrence 20 L. Gaito 21 M. Buckley 22 M. Barretto 23 S. Queally 24 K. Cinney 25 K. Campbell 26 K. Brennan 27 M. Duff 28 M. O'Neill 29 E. Guarente 30 D. Dipirro 31 R. Griffith 32 S. Tellier 33 C. McLaughlin 34 S. Martinson 35 D. Miller 36 T. Hillmer 37 R. Cleary 38 P. Kemp 39 K. Fiducia 40 H. Lewis 41 M. Gaughen 42 W. Hannon 1 A. Scott 2 M. Leary 3 D. Boudreau 4 A. Baker 5 E. Bolton 6 S. Kaicher 7 E. Daily 8 L. Pozzi 9 A. O'Connor 10 S. O'Connell 11 L. Dafonte 12 L. Nangle 13 B. Holodak 14 L. Lowden 15 A. Hogan 16 K. Haberlin 17 D. McGuirk 18 K. Moses 19 S. Goddard 20 M. Moynihan 21 K. Pishon 22 P. Hennesey 23 J. Bachorowski 24 C. Battista 25 P. Marchut 26 A. Talmadge 27 C. Young 28 C. McHugh 29 T. Moschetta 30 A. Ingram 31 H. McComb 32 M. Hinkley 33 D. Hoss 34 L. Jordan 35 D. Metcalfe 36 D. Puliafico 37 S. Michels 38 L. Mulligan 39 P. Finnegan 40 A. Marusak 97 98 1 M. Pinho 2 M. Joyce 3 J. Fisher 4 P. Barbas 5 J. Reardon 6 M. Bacon 7 J. Kennedy 8 S. Teague 9 D. Sullivan 10 T. Cowan 11 R. Wehman 12 B. Dolan 13 J. Moran 14 J. Cariglia 15 J. Rouleau 16 V. Marino 17 J. Murphy 18 R. Gelinas 19 L. Ciavarra 20 M. Coff 21 D. Lein 22 B. Lyss 23 P. Foley 24 G. Shea 25 R. Watsm 26 T. Shea 27 J. Rowley 28 E. Burgess 1 A. Chandler 2 S. McFarland 3 J. Goddard 4 J. Mackinson 5 S. Calderone 6 R. Miranda 7 C. Kane 8 E. Sheehan 9 M. Touhey 10 A. Barrett 11 P. Lavin 12 M. Lee 13 S. McKenna 14 L. Rohan 15 P. Fitzgerald 16 P. Duval 17 S. Patti 18 E. Ivy 19 C. Cerretani 20 T. Fourth 21 J. Cooney 22 J. Allard 99 OFF-CAMPUS 100 101 HOMESTEAD av 102 nW MA PL 103 104 campus life graduates faculty. • - • activities events sports WILLIAM F. ABBOTT JANE A. ACTON ANNELISA ADDANTE JOHN P. AGERHOLM EDWARD D. AGURA JOSE A. ALVAREZ JANE M. ALVARO EILLEEN M. ANDERSON 1978 106 MARINA E. ATCHISON KATHLEEN A. AYLWARD BRIAN B. BAGGOTT MARY ANN E. BALBACH PAUL M. BARB AS TARA BARBER MICHAEL J. BARNELL CHERYL A. BARRY 107 ROBERT A. BEDNAR DRU T. BELMONTE KATHLEEN A. BENN 108 CAROL A. BIELSKI CATHERINE M. BOISVERT BETSY BOURN RICHARD BOWEN KAREN L. BRADLEY LISA BRANZETTI KAREN T. BRASSARD MARY E. BREEN STEPHEN J. BREEN 109 TRICIA BRENNAN m «^ m STEPHEN L. BRESNAHAN I KATHLEEN M. BREWER PAUL B. BRICKFIELD PETER J. BROCCOLO THOMAS H. BROUILLARD CAROLANN BROWN 110 JOHN F. BROWN CAROL S. BRYSON EDWARD M. BURGESS GLENN A. BURGNER EILEEN T. BURKE JULIE S. BURKE CHARLES M. BUTTS 111 GREGORY A. BYRNES JACK BYRNES TARA A. BYRON RONALD P. CABANA MICHELE CACCHILLO EILEEN M. CAHILLANE DAVID M. CAIN 112 CAITLIN M-S CALLAHAN PATRICIA M. CALLAHAN MARIANNE T. CANEDO LAURA J. CANNAMELA MARIE C. CAPELOTTI wmm MICHAEL A. CAPPELANO ANN C. CAPROTTI 113 BRUCE A. CARDELLO CHRISTINE M. CARLIN RICHARD E. CARLSTROM CHRISTINE M. CAROLAN MARIBETH CARR MARC D. CASAVANT ANDREA E. CASCARDI MARIANNE CASEY 114 WILLIAM C. CASEY CHRISTINE CASSOL DAVID J. CASTELLANI FRANK H. CATHCART PAULA L. CATUOGNO PETER J. CELLOZZI PETER J. CERIANI BARBARA J. CERRI 115 CATHERINE M. CHAGNON LINDA M. CHWAZIK JANET A. CLEARY MARY T. CLOUTIER RICHARD X. COAKLEY MATTEO COLELLO III 116 CHRISTINE M. COLLINS JOHN A. COLLINS III MARGARET M. COMARD ANNE MARIE COMEAU CATHERINE A. CONLEY THOMAS J. CONLON MARY C. CONNERTY MARY A. CONNOLLY 117 MARY ANNE CONNORS *F I \ JOHN F. CONROY ROSEMARY P. CONROY ALBERTO A. CORREIA STEVEN P. CORRIGAN JOHN P. COUGHLIN KEITH L. CRAWLEY COLLEEN L. CREEVY 118 JAMES P. CROWLEY MICHAEL F. CUENIN DAWN P. CURRAN PATRICK R. CURRIE EDWARD B. CURTIN RICHARD L. CURTIS 119 KIERAN J. DALE, JR. KATHLEEN DALY DANIEL A. DAY TIMOTHY J. DENNIN CAROL DEREWIANKA PAULA DERMARDEROSIAN LAWRENCE E. DESALVATORE JR. 120 DONALD P. DESORCY CHARLES L. DEWAN WILLIAM H. DIAMOND WINIFRED L. DICKSON MARY D. DIGIACOMO MARIJANE DIODATI 121 m JOHN S. DOCTOR KATHLEEN M. DONADO JOAN L. DONOGHUE ROGER D. DONOGHUE 122 NEIL J. DONOHOE EDWARD J. DOOLEY DAVID F. DOUBLEDAY LINDA D. DOW ANN S. DO WD JENNIFER DRISCOLL SHEILA H. DRISCOLL THOMAS J. DROMEY MICHAEL C. DUBIK LINDA P. DUBOIS MARK T. DUHAMEL 123 ROBERT J. DUNLAVEY, JR. JAMES M. DUNPHY DANIEL A. DUQUETTE DANIEL A. DWYER ROBERT L. DWYER RICHARD T. EARLS KAREN M. EASTER 124 JANE EDEN PATRICK L. EGAN CHERYL ESPER JOHN A. ESPER GAIL A. EVANGELINE GEORGE B. FARRELL 125 GEOFFREY T. FERGUSON JUANITA I. FERNANDEZ WILLIAM G. FERRARONE MARY T. FERREIRA JOHN G. FERRUCCI KAREN A. FIDUCIA 126 KAREN A. FILIAULT PATRICIA M. FINNEGAN JAMES V. FIORICA GARY A. FITZGERALD PATRICK F. FITZGERALD ROSEANN FITZGERALD JAMES J. FLAHIVE KATHRYN D. FLEMING 127 SHEILA M. FLYNN DOROTHY FOBERT CHARLES D. FOLEY CHESTER F. FORMAN, JR. JERRY A. FORMISANO, JR. VICTOR L. FORTIN III 128 MICHAEL D. FRANCOEUR DONALD E. FROUDE i MARY E. FULLER ANDREA H. GABRIEL f M ? 1 ^ > f I ANNIE GADOMSKI DAVID G. GALISA CHARLES GALLOWAY MARK J. GALLOWAY 129 M. FRANCES GANNON LYNN M. GARDNER JANICE E. GARITY KAREN A. GAROFALO ANNE M. GARRITY MOIRA C. GARVEY GREGORY A. GASKINS MARYELLEN GAUGHEN 130 REGINA M. GEARY CATHLEEN D. GEDDIS CURTIS L. GEORGE, JR. JO ANN GERARDI ANTHONY J. GIGLIELLO ANNA MARIA G GIROLIMETTI KAREN GNECCO 131 WILLIAM D. GOMBATZ ALBERTO C. GOMEZ DAVID F. GONYNOR, JR. CHRISTOPHER E. GOODE EILEEN GORMLEY JAMES R. GRAHAM MARY LOU GRAHAM TOYA A. GRAHAM 132 KATHLEEN E. HALLY KATHLEEN M. HARDIMAN JANICE A. HARDING SCOTT A. HARRIS DAVID R. HARRISON KATHLEEN A. HARRISON EDWARD B. HASKINS JOHN F. 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KULICK ROBERT G. LADLEY ANDREA J. LAINE MARY B. LANCASTER JAMES F. LANDERGAN LOUISE R. LANDRY 141 I^H^IHHHHHBhBi DONNA M. LARIEVY TIMOTHY LARKIN DEBORAH J. LARSEN ROBERT B. LATOUSEK PAMELA J. LAWLOR JANE T. LAWRENCE 142 REINHOLD H. LEHBERGER HEIDI A. LEWIS JOHN H. LINDON DEBORAH G. LOOMIS CATHERINE L. LOONEY ARNOLD LOTRING, JR. 143 ROBIN B. LOUGHLIN STEPHEN A. LOVELETTE MELISSA A. LUCERI 4 k LINDA LUKE NANCY A. LUSIGNAN PAUL F. LYNCH 144 JOHN L. LYONS STEPHAN P. LYPINSKI, JR. BRUCE E. MACDONALD KATHERINE A. MACLELLAN 145 MAUREEN MAHER ELAINE MAHONEY MICHAEL J. MAHONEY MICHELE M. MAHONEY DIANE MAJCHER MARYBETH MAJKA 146 KATHLEEN M. MALONEY JOSEPH R. MANN STEPHEN V. MANNING STEPHEN J. MARQUIS JOANNE MARTIN ROBERT R. MARTIN DIANE M. MASTRANDREA MICHAEL MCALLISTER 147 CAROL ANN MCCLOSKEY PHILIP A. MCDERMOTT MICHAEL W. MCDONNELL KEVIN J. MCELLIN SHEILA A. MCENTEE DAVID H. MCGINNES THOMAS J. MCGOVERN MARY S. MCGRANAHAN 148 KATHLEEN A. MCGRIMLEY JO-ANN M. MCGURK ANN E. MCKENZIE CATHERINE M. MCKEON DAVID O. MCKINLEY EDWIN J. MCLAUGHLIN, JR. KAREN M. MCLAUGHLIN JAMES P. MCLOUGHLIN 149 MARY R. MCNALLY JAMES P. MCNAMARA NOREEN A. MCNAMARA KATHLEEN G. MEADE MICHAEL MEDUSKI JAMES M. MEEHAN TIMOTHY J. MEEHAN 150 / ARNALDO MELENDEZ MARC S. MENDONCA JOSEPH A. MENNA JANICE P. MERZ JOSEPH C. MESSANA, JR. r Li. ROBERT MITTELHOLZER DONNA A. MOFFAT 151 152 153 GERALD R. MUNLEY MICHAEL J. MUNNS LAURENCE T. MURI CHARLES F. MURPHY 154 CHRISTINE A. MURPHY EILEEN P. MURPHY JAMES B. MURPHY MAUREEN J. MURPHY RICHARD W. MURPHY ROBERT F. MURPHY STEPHEN MURPHY ELLEN M. MURRAY MADELINE A. MURRAY MARK T. MURRAY IRENE M. MURTAGH MICHAEL P. MYERS 155 PATRICK B. NAGLE MARY M. NERBONNE THOMAS E. NOACK PETER M. NOLIN DAVID W. O'BRIEN ■ JAMES S. O'BRIEN KATHLEEN O'CONNELL CHARLES S. O'CONNOR 156 ELIZABETH A. O'CONNOR JOHN J. O'CONNOR III MARK C. O'CONNOR SEAN O'CONNOR SUSAN A. O'CONNOR COLLEEN A. O'KEEFE NOREEN O'LOUGHLIN MICHAEL P. O'MALLEY 157 JOYCE A. O'SHAUGHNESSY PRESTON P. OTOOLE, JR. EVELYN M. ORLIK THOMAS D. OSTRONIC CHRISTOPHER M. OTT KENT M. OZMAN PATRICK F. PADDEN, JR. >- LOIS M. PALMER •. • •r'H. , ',-vi v,- i*^ -» » ivy.'*--* x 158 ANN PAQUIN SUSAN L. PARKHURST MARK M. PASQUINI ANTHONY J. PATTERSON RICHARD M. PATTERSON MARY HELEN PAX THERESA M. PAYNE STEPHEN J. PECK 159 PAULA A. PELLETIER LEONARD J. PENNELLA, JR. DEBRA A. PERCH DEBRA J. PERRY MARYELLEN P. PERRY SYNDA LOU PERSSON JOHN J. PHELAN III JOSEPH C. PICONE 160 ELIZABETH A. PINK BARBARA A. PISELLI VALERIE C. PLAZA STEVEN F. POLACHI ANTHONY POLIKOWSKI HUMBERT J. POLITO, JR. JESSE B. PORTER CHRISTOPHER POTTER 161 g SRKft' vr JOHN M. POURBAIX, JR. KATHLEEN G. POWERS ANN M. PRENDERGAST MICHAEL C. PRIBEK MICHAEL F. PRINCIOTTA MARY E. PRYOR PATRICIA A. RADICE JANET RAIMO 162 CHARLES E. RAINEY CAMERON JAY RAINS MARY CATHERINE READ ABIGAIL T. REARDON JOHN J. REARDON JEAN M. REGAN ANNE MARIE REILLY JT1. ■ BLE55 JOHN J. REILLY 163 AFR OTC DEI 340 COLlIGt of ttaHOLf CROSS WORCESTER, MA. JOHN REPPUCCI JOHN S. RESKO JANE E. REYNOLDS NINA M. RICCIO GAIL E. RILEY ROBERT H. RIPP EDWARD P. RIULI MICHAEL E. ROBERGE 164 LISA JAY ROBERTS SUSAN E. ROBINSON JOHN C. ROCHE JULIE F. ROCKWOOD ELIZABETH A. ROSSEEL JOANNE M. ROSSI 165 CHARLES M. ROSZKO DONNA MARIE ROY CHRISTOPHER P. ROZYCKI ANDREA M. RUA MARK J. RUSSELL JOHN J. RYAN MARY PATRICIA RYAN STEVEN M. RYAN 166 y 4 i& SYLVESTER L. SALCEDO MICHAEL G. SALLOUM THOMAS V. SANNICANDRO PAULA J. SASSO MATTHEW E. SCHELLHORN ROSEMARY SCHILLACI MARY-JO P. SCHRANG JOHN P. SCOTT III 167 RAYMOND V. SCULLY MICHAEL H. SHANAHAN MICHAEL T. SHANNON DANIEL P. SHARKEY ELLEN M. SHEEHAN PAUL F. SHOEN JOSEPH SINKEWICZ MARK H. SIPPLE 168 EDWARD A. SITEMAN BRIAN G. SIWICKE BERNARD G. SKOMAL JANET M. SMITH KAREN M. SMITH THOMAS J. SOLITARIO M. JEFFRY SPAHR JOHN P. STAFSTROM, JR. 169 DAVID H. STAHELSKI GARY O. STANKIEWICZ LORI LEE STASUKELIS PETER J. STEFANIK CATHERINE E. STENGER JULIE STEVENS MICHAEL STEVENS MARGARET M. STINER 170 MARCUS F. STODDARD BRIAN F. STONE JEFFREY M. 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ZAWISA 179 THE BELLARMINE GOLD MEDAL PAUL B. BRICKFIELD THE BOURGEOIS FRENCH PRIZE MARY C. CONNERTY THE FRANK D. COMERFORD MEDAL MICHAEL T. BOLOGNA THE PHILIP A. CONNIFF, S.J. PRIZE GEORGE J. KELLER THE FLATLEY GOLD MEDAL ROBERT J. TARUTIS THE EDNA DWYER GRZEBIEN PRIZE MARIE C. CAPELOTTI THE HOLY CROSS CLUB OF WORCESTER PRIZE RICHARD A. ROSIELLO THE KAVANAUGH MEDAL KATHLEEN G. POWERS THE EDWARD V. KILLEEN, JR. PURSE DAVID E. WAZER THE REV. GEORGE A. KING, S.J. RICHARD J. KEENAN MEMORIAL AWARD PAUL B. BRICKFIELD THE JOHN C. LAWLOR MEDAL THOMAS J. LYNCH THE MARKHAM MEMORIAL PRIZE ROBERT J. TARUTIS THE GERTRUDE MCBRIEN MATHEMATICS PRIZE ex aequo: JAUNITA FERNANDEZ ROBERT N. HINCKLEY THE GEORGE B. MORAN AWARD JOHN F. BROWN THE NUGENT GOLD MEDAL PETER B. WADE THE PURPLE PURSE KATHLEEN M. HARDIMAN THE REV. JOHN F. REDICAN MEDAL HUMBERT POLITO THE LT. WILLIAM P. SULLIVAN, JR. MEDAL MICHEAL MAHONEY THE VARSITY CLUB NORTON AWARD ex aequo: THOMAS J. LYNCH JOSEPH P. SINKEWICZ ". . . remembering your allotted years at Holy Cross ... I am struck by the dazzling vitality of the college evident during them/ 7 I 180 campus life graduates faculty. • • * • activities cv events. :v sports LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT As I write these words, it is a darkly wet, raw morning late in March at Holy Cross. (Surely you remember the kind!) The campus is unusually still. We celebrated the Resurrection of Jesus yesterday with deeper joy and, thank God, even deeper faith than before, but I wonder, as I look out over the Quad, when the Easter event of the earth's awakening will finally erupt and dissolve forever the sculpted remains of the Great Blizzard of '78. For we long for new life, for re-creation, for some surety of the vitality of things — even of the vitality of Holy Cross. And remembering your allotted years at Holy Cross "... remembering your allotted years at Holy Cross ... I am struck by the dazzling vitality of the college evident during them/ 7 which are tumbling now inexorably to an end, I am struck by the dazzling vitality of the college evident during them. It is not just that your favorite haunts in Kimball are presently being refashioned and renewed, nor that the Library construction (whose pile-drivers woke you early more mornings than you care to remember) is nearly completed, nor that the Hart Center (can you still hear the roar of its crowd?) has become a permanent part of the geography of your lives. Nor is it simply that the academic excellence of Holy Cross during these years has been enhanced and ensured through the unflagging committment of our faculty, through such creative curricular developments as the N.E.H. sequences, or through the astonishingly steady increase in the abundance and superior qualifications of new applicants to the College. It is not solely the surpassingly generous support of our alumnae and alumni. It is not even just that, with your deeply edifying wholehearted collaboration and the grace of our mighty God, we have, indeed, fostered and brought to new life our Catholic and Jesuit commitment during these years. It is all these, to be sure, that convince me of the vitality of the Class of 1978 of Holy Cross, but most especially it is you, the members of the Class of 1978, "each with your own pungent tang and savor," (as Fr. Manning remarked to you at the Mass of the Holy Spirit when you arrived as freshmen.) Let me say now that there are members of this class whom I know personally — 182 and there are some whom I don't know at all — who are among the best and the brightest hearts that earth has seen. You give every evidence that you have fallen in love with God, or with humanity, which is, as another ". . . there are members of this class . . . who are among the best and brightest hearts that earth has seen." priest has said, "sometimes all we can see of God when Omnipotence plays His game of divine masquerades." You have put your energies on the line in places where children suffer or adults weep; you have shared our common struggle against racism and injustice. Any one of you could become a Martin Luther King or a Mother Teresa, an Edward Bennett Williams, or a Mabel Lang. And in honesty, I am most assured of the integrity of Holy Cross and the promise of its future when Holy Cross students speak, by the idioms of their actions, with the accents of Christ. For that is what is different about Holy Cross, isn't it? We have not labored so mightily these past four years solely to ensure admission to this or that prestigious law school or medical school, to guarantee employment in this or that prestigious firm to secure a handsomely affluent income for ourselves. But, rather, we have attempted through our common life on this hill, to envision and to express certain more crucial human possibilities: of total self-giving commitment, of growing in oneness despite a fragmented society, of living and celebrating mystery in the midst of a rationalistic world, of loving and living life fully as a countersign to the dark, despairing death-dealing values that pervade contemporary American culture. For we have come to believe together that a life rooted in God gives one the ultimate freedom to strive for these human possibilities. For four years now, dear graduating friends, I have often looked into your faces and seen there the beauty of the Risen Christ. I suspect that nearly a quarter of a century ago, some Jesuit looked upon the face of my generation and knew that the Risen Christ had looked back at him in the beauty of youth. I think that as children are born and grow to adulthood, Christ pays a visit to every generation. He comes as the Messiah offering the gifts of salvation. May each of you, recognizing your strength ". . .1 have often looked into your faces and seen there the beauty of the Risen Christ." in the Gathering we call the Church, move against the world to present the Messiah's gifts: love, community, sacrifice, peace. And I for my part — I wish you good health and happiness, peace and salvation. Fraternally, John E. Brooks, S.J. President 183 PAUL F. HARMAN S.J. JOSEPH R. FAHEY SJ. Vice President of the Dean of the college college 184 DR. WILLIAM J. ZIOBRO Dean of the class of 1978 185 BIOLOGY ". . .a varied curriculum to meet the needs of the major and non-major alike . . ." Chairman Dr. William R. Healy Chairman, Dr. William R. Dr. Thomas G. Adelman Dr. John R. Bereske, Jr. Dr. Douglas A. Campball Rev. John W. Flavin, S.J. Healy Dr. Banadakoppa T. Lingappa Dr. Kornath Madhavan Dr. Joseph H. McSweeney Mr. Joel R. Villa 186 Chairman Dr. Robert W. Ricei Dr. Joyce E. Brown Dr. Blaine H. Byers Dr. Paul T. Inglefield Dr. Geoffrey Martin Dr. Michael G. McGrath Dr. Paul D. McMaster Dr. Andrew P. Van Hook Dr. Frank Vellaccio Dr. George A. Vidulich CHEMISTRY ". . . fundamental principles and basic techniques . . ." 187 CLASSICS ... an unique opportunity to the liberal arts student // Chairman, Rev. William H. Fitzgerald Rev. Robert F. Banks, S.J. Dr. Paul F. Burke Rev. Gregory J. Carlson, S.J. Rev. William A. Carroll, S.J. Rev. John D.B. Hamilton, S.J. Dr. Kenneth Happe Rev. Robert F. Healy, S.J. Dr. Stephen T. Kelly Dr. Gerard B. Lavery Mr. Werner Loewy Dr. Blais Nagy Dr. William Ziobro 188 ECONOMICS Chairman, Mr. J.D. O'Connell Dr. Jeffrey Blais Dr. John R. Carter Dr. John D. Jackson Dr. Jerome J. Judge Mr. Donald A. Larson Mr. Francis A. Marino Mr. John H. McDermott Dr. John F. O'Connell Dr. Edward Peragallo Dr. George M. Perkins Dr. Frank Petrella Dr. Nicholas Sanchez Mr. Reginald J. Smith Mr. George White ". . . two avenues of development . . ." 189 ENGLISH ... an appreciation of literature and a sensitivity to literary techniques . . .' Chairman, Dr. John T. Mayer Dr. John D. Boyd Dr. Edward F. Callahan Dr. Robert K. Cording Dr. John H. Dorenkamp Dr. Maurice A. Geracht Dr. Patrick J. Ireland Prof. Galway Kinnell Dr. Thomas M.C. Lawler Rev. Arthur J. Madden, S.J. Prof. Daniel J. Marrone Dr. Richard E. Matlak Dr. B. Eugene McCarthy Prof. Laura J. Menides Dr. John E. Reilly Dr. Carolyn J. Wall Dr. Helen Whall-Seligman Dr. John H. Wilson Dr. Joan D. Winslow 190 Chairman, Prof. Joan N. Italiano Prof. Rufus Hallmark Prof. Alison Hartman Prof. Shirish Korde Prof. James Meadors Prof. Bruce Miller Prof. James Monson Prof. Virginia Raguin Prof. John Reardon Rev. John Reboli, S.J. Rev. Joseph Scannell, S.J. Prof. Suzanna Waldbauer FINE ARTS ". . . its aim is to increase student sensitivity . . ." 191 Chairman Dr. James F. Powers HISTORY "We consider the discipline of history to be fundamental." £* r m ^^^d ^^^^ ^^^fll j / j £^ Pt ^^^^B ^r ^1 55 :: i .,?<;' h ^ r hi m r Chairman, Dr. James F. Powers Prof. John B. Anderson Dr. Ross W. Beales, Jr. Dr. Robert L. Brandfon Dr. James T. Flynn Dr. William A. Green Dr. Joseph J. Holmes Dr. Edward J. Kealey Rev. Gerald Kinsella, S.J. Dr. Claudia Koonz Rev. Vincent A. Lapomarda, S.J. Mr. Warren Leon Dr. Theresa McBride Dr. David J. O'Brien Rev. Maurice F. Reddy, S.J. Dr. Nicholas Salvatore Dr. Warren Schiff Dr. J. Michael Turner Dr. Edward F. Wall 192 Chairman, Dr. Leonard C. Sulski Dr. Daniel G. Dewey Dr. David A. Field Rev. John J. MacDonnell, S.J. Dr. Vincent O. McBrien Dr. John R. McCarthy Dr. James W. Noonan Dr. Peter Perkins Dr. Patrick Shanahan Dr. Melvin C. Tews Dr. Gayn B. Winters Chairman Dr. Leonard C. Sulski MATHEMATICS ". . .a poetic form of truth . . ." 193 MODERN LANGUAGES ". . . lies at the very heart of the liberal arts curriculum . . ." Chairman Dr. Theodore P. Fraser Chairman, Dr. Theodore P. Fraser Dr. Charles Baker Dr. Eckhard Bernstein Rev. Alfred Desautels, S.J. Prof. Evelyn Faulwell Dr. Chester Halka Prof. J. Alberto Hernandez — Chiroldes Rev. Lionel P. Honore, S.J. Dr. Richard Klein Prof. George Kostich Dr. Normand Lamoureux Dr. John McKenna Dr. Constance Montross Prof. Isabella Sipitener Dr. William Zwiebel 194 Chairman, Dr. Frederick C Herx p"LJTT OCOP1- l"Y Rev. Francis F. Callahan, S.J. A -L1-LL,WDWI ±1 I Dr. Hermann J. Cloeren Rev. Albert Dilanni, S.M. " Committment tO Dr. Thomas D. Feehan Dr. George H. Hampsch the pUrSUit of truth Rev. Eugene J. Harrington, S.J. ,, Dr. Hilde S. Hein . • • Dr. John J. Lynch Dr. Clyde V. Pax Rev. Joseph Shea, S.J. 195 // PHYSICS . . . a flexible program of study . . ." Chairman Dr. Francis W. Kaseta Chairman, Dr. Francis W. Kaseta Dr. Robert H. Garvey Dr. Roy C. Gunter, Jr. Dr. Edward F. Kennedy Rev. Robert B. MacDonnell, S.J. Dr. Ram Sarup Dr. Frank Tangherlini Mr. David Holm 196 Chairperson, Dr. Caren Dubnoff DHT TTTf^ A T Mr. Thomas Deluca *- ^ *-• A - 1 iV -^\L- Dr. Paul R. Dommel ^ / < ^ , TT7^^T/^ , T^ , Dr. Lily Gardner Feldman DV^liliNI V^Jtii Dr. Trowbridge H. Ford Mr. Andrew E. Hegedus // L i Dr. Walter T. Odell - - . the Systematic Dr' David l tcSef study of man's Mr. Michael Spencer political behaVlOr Dr. Angela S. Yergin ,, 197 PSYCHOLOGY // ... an understanding of behavior . . / Chairman, Dr. Ogretta V. McNeil Dr. M. Donald Broverman Dr. Danuta Dukatko Dr. Charles M. Locurto Mr. David J. McDowell Mr. Louis A. Sass Dr. Sharon T. Shepela Dr. Matthew A. Toth Dr. Joseph R. Webber Dr. Charles S. Weiss Dr. Rudolph L. Zlody 198 Chairman, Dr. John L. Esposito Rev. John E. Brooks, S.J. Dr. Glendon P. Bryce Rev. Richard P. Burke, S.J. Rev. Joseph F. Donahue, S.J. Rev. John Donnelly, S.J. Dr. Vincent Forde Rev. Terence German, S.J. Rev. Robert Manning, S.J. Rev. Eugene McCarthy, S.J. Dr. Gerald McCarthy, S.J. Rev. John Paris, S.J. Prof. Ann-Elizabeth Purintun Rev. John Walsh, S.J. Chairman Dr. John L. Esposito RELIGIOUS STUDIES ". . . situates the Catholic tradition in the larger context of other religious traditions . . ." 199 SOCIOLOGY ". . . attends to the study of the human condition // Chairman Dr. Rogers Johnson f^^N Chairman, Dr. Rogers Johnson Ms. Sara George Dr. Thomas Imse Dr. Maynard Robison Dr. Victoria Swigert Mr. Edward Thompson Dr. Royce Singleton 200 THEATRE ARTS "A way of knowing what it is to be human/' Chairman, Mr. Edward J. Herson Dr. Donald Ilko Mr. William J. Rynders Ms. Judith Lovitz 201 202 203 204 STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE HOGAN CAMPUS CENTER MR. THOMAS W. WIEGAND MR. WILLIAM J. SANTOSUOSSO MRS. MABEL H. JOHNSON MS. BONNIE CAZEAULT 205 ROTC \EROSPACE STUDIES Chairman, Lt. Colonel Ronald J. Kraus Major Mike Rangel Captain Francis C. Myers Sgt. Kenneth R. Kopecki Sgt. Wilfredo Rosario NAVAL SCIENCE Chairman, Captain Thomas Overdorf Cdr. Paul Bennett Major Patrick Townsend Lt. Mark Kilmartin YN2 Carroll 206 campus life graduates • * • activities events ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 208 BLACK STUDENTS UNION 209 210 211 CAMPUS CENTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS 212 CCD 213 / 214 215 CHEERLEADERS iiyar :m i ax'™*m GAIL RILEY ELLEN O'CONNOR Co-Capts. 216 CROSS AND SCROLL 217 1843 CLUB 218 1 I 1 J **%£..£>* *4 */ '* ,»F m 1 *. ♦ r i r l I iTOH ^- L kJarxi^ "i HOLY CROSS CHOIR 219 ^ v* *> 220 221 WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION 222 223 224 I T OlANE HALL SECOND FLOO kMtTt*T WUCTO* un nmcnn Ml IMMUW — i mRVCCt OIMCTM KIUC APPAliS kSSKTANT BMfCTM ointTot estate plarmms ie3euch assistakt cmotitmt office nanase* ■xeftionist rutuc srm*» HLLEt 5J n. c l cwiit" J. WtCK.HI «. HICXSON IN LEHAME C.t. KOLAK «M. •. SPMDT t. P. MARTIN J TRAM ■ P CAUNAUCH MtS. RERGCREN »S. mE0F WDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DR. JUKE J7^ PERSONNEL MRECTOI 'ERWlCA THEATRE MISS WftENN 2 E » OF COWloon 225 IRISH CLUB 5 226 FENWICK THEATER 227 WlL-iW 228 229 230 231 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR .... BUSINESS EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS LAYOUT EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY COORDINATOR GRADUATES EDITOR FACULTY EDITOR ACTIVITIES EDITOR EVENTS EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR LITERARY EDITOR ART EDITOR SECRETARY FACULTY MODERATOR 1978 PURPIf . . . JOHN J. WILLIAMS III KATHERINE GARRAHAN . . .KATHERINE H. LEARY PATRICK B. NAGLE BRIAN J. COUTU KEVIN J. MCELLIN MARY A. CAFAZZO KAREN A. WALSH . . . MICHAEL P. STEVENS LISA J. ROBERTS ANNE M. GARRITY ROBERT G. LADLEY JOSEPH R. MANN . . . . ROSEMARY CONROY GAIL RILEY .FR. EARLE MARKEY, S.J. PATCHER 233 s ■1 1 \ \ I W-\ • : *! JS / •• * v m * ^ « - 234 235 SPUD 236 STUDENTS FOR LIFE 237 238 239 JYA 1977-78 240 ST. THOMAS MORE PRE-LEGAL SOCIETY 241 YOYO President, Don Froude 242 BP 1 243 Intramurals Intramurals Intramurals Intramura Intramurals I Football Intramurals Intramurals Intramurals Intramura 245 INTRAMURALSINTRAMURALSINTRAMURALSINTR/ Mulledy Basement Intramural AA Champs vaPlwr^-* 1 — 246 //, r-^ J r M I ^ k ^^k "**^ »4 >r ji ■""- ir" ■-■ - ^ : ' L 2 W3> URALSINTRAMURALSINTRAMURALSINTRAMURALS 247 ^^HP^^^C* k^ PS^^F^^V • j Iffiy ^^^B^P^^B ^^^r^M u' ^v ^*^P "*" ^«L — ' si >« "* 7 i >v JM , ^#1 K^^^ 1 JHHI i \ ^1 248 campus life graduates :v faculty: activities events. sports 250 251 1^/JL-il N AV^±X V V JjLj1\ SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK 252 SE SE SE SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR QPMTOT? WEEK WEEK WEEK 253 254 \± ^I1V/1\ W V JL-/JL-/X SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR SENIOR WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK 4 K K SENIOR WEEK SENIOR WEEK SENIOR WEEK SENIOR WEEK CT7NTTOT? WTTIW HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING If a single day best conveys the spirit of college life, that day is Homecoming. It is the day when students and alumni are most acutely aware of themselves as members of a unique community. The homecomings in which one participates as a student are the active celebration of belonging. After graduation, the homecomings pass more quickly. Memories fade, tumble together and color each other, but even after the loss of years every reminder of Holy Cross will recall the spirit of community. T* /TT- » •"-*! S~\ TL fT\ T/^l 257 258 ttUJVLliUUJVLlJN U HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING T/^Tl /TT7 /^/""XTl iTXT/ 11IM HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING HOMECOMING -TOMFfOMTMn 259 sTIS' PARENTS' PARENTS' P END WEEKEND WEEKEND W The hotels and motels in and around Worcester are often booked up for Parents' Weekend as far in advance as midsummer. The parents travel from as far as Cincinnati and from as near as Framingham. These two facts seem to attest to the weekend's popularity. The two days and nights are filled with a swift tumble of events — brunches and dinners, tailgates and cocktail parties. And of course the dinner dance. Parents and students dress to kill, eat an overpriced meal, drink and change dancing partners as often as they make introductions. Outside Hogan or Hart or the Fieldhouse, the night takes on the crisp scent of Autumn, but inside it is warm, even stuffy from the dancing, drinking, and laughing. And the warmth lingers even after the band packs up and walks away. 260 261 PARENT'S PARENT'S PAREN r WEEKEND WEEKEND WEEK 262 T-» NT'S PARENT'S PARENT'S P EEKEND WEEKEND WEEKEN 263 264 r AKbJN 1 b WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND PARENT'S WEEKEND HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN 267 On a staid New England college campus Halloween provides a rare outlet for the individual imagination. Halloween parties are thrown throughout the week usually requiring that the guests arrive in costume, a practice which heightens the festive atmosphere and often protects reputations. Some don masks and let it go at that; others go to elaborate lengths to contrive trappings original or outlandish. The results are often silly, funny, or in dubious taste. Whatever, Halloween in college offers us the chance to flout convention, a pastime we all dearly love. HALLOWEEN H HALLOWEEN Hi 268 LOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HAL LOWEEN HALLOWEEN HALLOWEEN HAL 269 There is a wait in the cold outside Kimball before each Christmas banquet. Students stand in line talking, laughing and singing to the Christmas music being tinnily dispensed by the rented sound truck. Whether caused by he cold, the sound of "Silver Bells" or the alcoholic consumption before-hand, each face seems to glow. Christmas time: the one time of year when sentimentality is not only permitted but encouraged. CHRISTMAS C BANQUET B, - 270 ISTMAS CHRISTMAS CHRISTN QUET BANQUET BANQUI 271 272 BANQUET CHRISTMA! BANQUET CHRISTMA: BANQUET V-,1 JLIVL^ ± 1V1 BANQUET CHRISTMA: BANQUET CHRISTMA: BANQUET CHRISTMA: BANQUET CHRISTMA: BANQUET CHRISTMA: BANQUET CHRISTMA: BANQUET Gras Mardi Gras Mardi Gras Mardi Gras Gras Mardi Gras Mardi Gras Mardi Gras ivici.LU.1 iviciiu.1 Gras Mardi Gras Mardi Gras Mardi Gras Mardi lVlCtlU.1 1V1CUU.1 Gras Gras Mardi Mardi Gras Gras Mardi Mardi Gras Gras Mardi Mardi CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE GEORGE 275 WINTER CARNIVAL * ♦-- *? p>,;? 5^ o r. -i i * •» » § ■■- GnbnaJL, ^ ^■^^■■■■■■■■■■■^M 276 MS • (IJF- | ■_■ i WINTER CARNIVAL 277 JACK FLASH'S EVERYBODY'S EVERYTHING BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE JLV/V/ 1— ^ J. X. J. \^f 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS 100 DAYS • fc^fl K^<2V a ''Mil ^H #^CJ |> ^^^K3I ' 'fl \ m ■ ^H £/ 1 ^m c-j f A 280 Wvm ■ " * ■ . ■ ■ Brir yy ^ 9 1 ^V^ t^^M [ ^?* IH* 3 * Ik P(|f> J 1 Mm ~ ^f«5 IS Whatever they are we are. Dancing doesn't faze them; they're agile and tougher than Cossacks. Drinking doesn't daunt them; they're as hardy as Bavarian burghers. Shows of affection don't embarrass them. Embarrassments don't even embarrass them. At some time or other one of them will appear alone, a harbinger of the rest; solitary it is as tender and luminous as a sigh. Together they're as plentiful as grapes in a vineyard and sturdy as a herd of Holsteins. Memories. At 100 Days we welcome them: they who are together, hovering at the threshold. 281 282 SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL BALL 283 284 285 286 287 SPEAKERS WILLIAM COLBY DANIEL BERRIGAN JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH GALWAY KINNELL KOLISCH 288 CONCERTS ROOMFUL OF BLUES BONNIE RAITT JONATHAN EDWARDS NEW BLACK EAGLE JAZZ BAND 289 GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION GRADUATION 290 p^^w Wlifl 291 292 293 294 campus life graduates faculty. activities events sports HC STUNS BC IN - - photo courtesy Worcester Telegram H T3 JL ST ID O « O Si n 3 2 o CO 296 IMPOSSIBLE UPSET HC STATS Holy Croud*) Boston College (s-31 H » H-Bl ' 4 • -•» FlrtfP BCi. HOLY CROSS* Fullback o*n Conway scares I f anawal uo o.tr now loon at « 15 (PAT: IK* felled). BC drove M verts in fear Boars, nw btaaest a si yard Ban frem Kaa SmHk 10 Mike Sadbelt. HOLY CROSS T.SJCS Quertertseck Put Colombo reeTi tan aa third down, keeps and goes 14 vords far • touchdown al it:M (PAT: Mlka Smltk kick). Colombo's run caooad HC'i longest drlva of The year, 17 yard* In IS plays. Tha kov piav »ai an It-vard rm Br BBIfBacst Larry Ewald on lint end-IS (ram Ma HC *S. BC M. HOLY CROSS T Smith sneaks In from ma ana at IP), then rnrowi to Godbolt tor ma HimaH conversion. The Eagles racavaradj a Brian Ooherty tumble al the HC Si and KarM kg 10 Mays. Key play: Smim-s I rare i-v» ea fourth- and 2 from me J. HOLY CROSS HSCM Dohertv sweeps riant and from three yards out at 4:34 (PAT: Smirk kick). Linebacker Hero MlnelMTi mtaraaatftae) and 14-yard return ee-eHCrheaeilerme BC u and the Cmaotn veered la five Mars. Ooherty and Colombo esvinng me yardage. HOLY CROSS II. KM Ewald circles riant and tar seven vartyj and a touchdown at 14:8. (PAT: Smith kick]. The Crusaders went 71 rents Bill plavs and used up 4 a of the clack. TBtrB down complolksns of 13 and 17 yards trees Colombo to Bab Men ail tear raa ertee alive. Third Period HOLY CROSS II. BCSB Conway scores his second tovepdewn. a S-vard run. at 7 ST (PAT pell 'kM S44 snap). BC took the kick off and marcikadM yards In 17 plays against me wind. Burial ny Brown's 14-vard run en mlrd-and-vj tram the BC 13 got the E ogles going. Fourth Period holy cross aica Doherty icorti again an a ana-vara] sweep on fourth down at to (PAT: Smith kick). The touchdown came i linebacker Mike J» pass at the BC If). HOLY CROSS IS. BCSB Fullback Steve Hunt cracks aw the ra a*. die tram the one at 7:<I (PAT: Smira kick). Baa. Ireland recovered a funraed kickoft al the BC IT and Hunt scored new plays later Ewald picked no II at Ota yards on a first down run BJ the I. M after a star* Jimmy tho Qr»*k COtXEQM TodB-/ Altsbama 21 Auburn At Arizona St 14 Arizona Blllllin rnlBB.-- ail - Mrstw rrrs-a At Berytor '.. 19 TCU At Cotorado St... 17 Utah St Florida 7 at Miami (Fta.) At Georgia Tscti 1 Georgia Hourtoo 20 at Rice At LSU 19 Wyoming Navy 7 .Army At New Mexico 6 Utah At Pmeburgh 5 Penn St. At Tannaaaaa 8 Vanc-artxit Ttnaa 7 at Texas mm At VPf...... 4 VMI ComptiSport projections Predicted Winrter Alaeama ARIZONA ST. Arkansas •AVLOU Call Soreed 7 a . JMIA TECH WIST TEX. ST. m m* team m 4 Predicted Loeer Auburn Arlzena TEXAS TF^h ! — &&&» ■ TEX.-EL PASO V>ML B. TEXAS AIM iTc Ml PETER COLOMBO STEVE HUNT CO-Recipients of O'Melia Award as Game's Most Valuable Players 297 298 UNH 27 HC 14 High hopes as the latest version of the Wheelwright legacy took the field for its inaugural contest. The opponent was a bowl-tested, veteran machine from New Hampshire. An early 17-0 deficit became a 20-14 struggle at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Co-captain Steve Hunt was on the way to a 115-yard performance, but co-captain Craig Cerretani was felled for the season with a shoulder separation. A meaningless late touchdown gave the final score. Yet, the young team played well and looked ready to win a game. URI 14 HC Yawn! The sleepiest game in recent memory as little Rhode Island played the role of giant-killer — a role that Holy Cross would take on late in November. Unheralded Leroy Shaw ripped a shoddy Crusader defense for 132 yards. After 335 yards against New ■ ■**. ;J& Hampshire, all the weak offense could manage was 246 yards against a much weaker Ram defense. It was the kind of loss that brings doubt even to the most optimistic of teams — a game that was best forgotten. DARTMOUTH 17 HC 14 Snake-bitten, jinxed and cursed was this cold, bitter day in the hills of New Hampshire. The team, playing on pride after the embarrassment of a week earlier, quite simply should have won. Tied at 14, the ball on the Dartmouth 13-yard line and forty seconds to play: things looked well in control. Six plays later — the last being a 40-yard field goal with no time remaining — the Crusaders stumbled from the stadium to pound their fists against lockers and walls. Peter Colombo, Steve Hunt and Chuck Mullen all played well, but they could not overcome the Fates that looked down from the dark clouds above the field. COLGATE 31 HC 14 The better football team won. The one with the reputation, the one with the unblemished record beat the team with all the freshmen and sophomores, the team that made all the mistakes. Colgate was cocky and Holy Cross was sloppy. A 17-14 halftime contest became a 31-14 rout. Even Crocky Nangle's 141 yards could not match the 465 yards of total offense by Colgate. Chalk up another one to experience. BU 14 HC 13 The Crusaders were fast becoming the nation's leading team in playing just below the level of their opponents. This day was to be no exception as Holy Cross handed Boston University the game via missed scoring chances and penalties. Crocky Nangle, in winning the Turco Award as the outstanding player in the Homecoming game, continued his fine play by gaining 158 yards. Yet, it was a 2-point conversion with 48 seconds remaining that gave the win to the terriers. BROWN 44 HC 13 The football story of Parent's Weekend was the well-oiled precision of Brown as they thoroughly whipped the Crusaders. The team played like a beaten squad — one weighed down by five consecutive losses. As defending Ivy League champs, Brown was highly-touted and they lived up to their clippings. They gained 516 yards on the afternoon and held Holy Cross to but 241 yards. The injuries, the frustration combined to exact another loss from ARMY A beautiful fall day, a homecoming crowd honoring the past Heisman Trophy winners and a final score of Army 48 Holy Cross 7 made it a festive day for the cadets. For the Crusaders it was not so happy. Holy Cross led the statistics in time of possession, number of plays, first downs and because of a powerful Army defense-turnovers. Four interceptions, a fumble and a blocked punt consistently killed scoring drives and provided the Cadets with prime field position. The Crusaders checked Army's passing combination of Leamon Hall and Clennie Brundidge, but were not so successful with the run. After each team directed long marches for first quarter touchdowns, Army's Greg Merriken took off for 52 yards to put the Caders in the lead for good. It was not the longest run of the day. After an interception stalled a Crusader drive on the Army 3, Greg King ran 97 yards on the next play from scrimmage. The game was over. The Caders scored again three minutes later, and two more times in the fourth quarter when its first team ran up the score. UMASS The game at Amherst was all UMASS. The Minutemen quickly ended any doubts about the game's outcome by scoring on three of their first four possessions. Balance was the key to the 28-6 UMASS victory. The stronger and more experienced Massachusetts team easily controlled the line of scrimmage both ways. Massachusetts shut down the wishbone attack more completely than any other team in two years. The Crusaders sole touchdown came in the second quarter when Larry Ewald scored on a three-yard sweep, but HC could never get any closer. VILLANOVA Despite the best efforts of a valiant Holy Cross defense, the Villanova Wildcats defeated the Crusaders 24-0 at Fitton Field. The Crusader offense had difficulty moving under two different quarterbacks; but, once again it was the turnovers which proved most costly. The Wildcats captured the ball two different times within the HC 20 and subsequently scored touchdowns. The continually improving Crusader defense played their best game of the season. Led by seniors Herb Mihalik and Mike McDonnell, the Crusaders held Villanova to ten points in the first three quarters. Still, Villanova came out on top and the Crusaders suffered their ninth loss of the season. It would be their last. It would be their last. UCONN Holy Cross travelled to Storrs, Connecticut on a cold, bitter day to play what many termed the "Respectability Bowl." The Connecticut Huskies (1-9) vs. the Holy Cross Crusaders (0-9) in a battle of New England's two worst football teams. The Crusaders finally had reason to celebrate as they walked away with a 14-3 victory. The contest was not even as close as the score indicated. The Crusaders dominated every phase of the game. The defense again stood out, allowing the Huskies to penetrate Holy Cross territory three times the entire game. The Crusaders' execution often faltered preventing them from scoring more. Twice the offense failed to score after the defense had given them the ball on the UConn 5 yard line. Despite the mistakes, the victory certainly tasted sweet after nine weeks of frustration. BOSTON COLLEGE Holy Cross 35 Boston College 20. If but one thing is remembered about the 1977 football season, it will be that score. Holy Cross 35 Boston College 20. The upset that occured on Fitton Field rivalled one made 35 years before when HC whipped a nationally ranked BC team 55-12. Amidst speculation that the series would soon be cancelled, the predictions made Holy Cross 35-point underdogs. The point spread was not unrealistic. BC devastated UMass one week earlier; Holy Cross had just won their first game. BC had Ken Smith, the second leading passer in the nation; HC could not decide on which one of four different quarterbacks would start. BC played Texas; HC played Rhode Island. But the point spread failed to measure heart. Holy Cross 35 Boston College 20. The game started as many feared it would. Smith opened with a 52-yard control of the ball for the first time on their own 13-yard line. 13 plays and 87 yards later, quarterback Peter Colombo scooted across the goalline for HC's first score. The Crusader's 7-6 lead was shortlived. BC moved the ball 64 yards for another touchdown. HC quickly matched the Eagles' score after Herb Mihalik's interception gave the offense the ball on the BC 16. With eight seconds remaining in the half, the Crusaders finished their third drive of the day and vaulted into the lead for good, 21-14. The second half opened with BC determined to end HC's foolish dream of upsetting New England's best football team. Going against the wind, the Eagles controlled the ball for over 12 minutes. Or did the HC defense control the Eagles? BC could register only 6 points. The scoreboard read HC 21 BC 20 at the end of three quarters. The defense continued to force BC turnovers. Two of them led to fourth quarter Crusader touchdowns. With BC threatening to score in the final minute.. Mihalik pilfered his third interception of the day. One play later the upset was complete. Jubilation, celebration and shock swept through the stands. Colombo and Steve Hunt won the O'Melia award, but the whole Crusader team won the football game. The 1977 football season faded into memories. Holy Cross 35 Boston College 20. The 1977 Holy Cross football season started with high hopes — and nine consecutive losses. It ended with fears of a rout — and the first victory over Boston College in 10 years. Moments of heartbreak, doubts and frustration filled the gaps between September 10 and November 26. The victory over BC counts only once in the win column, but, somehow it means more than that to the Crusader football team. It is the realization of a four year dream for the seniors, and to the underclassmen, it is a sign that the team is finally on the way back. 303 Born a mere four seasons ago they became the Women of Fall this year. Growing pains behind them, the Women's Field Hockey flowered into dedicated, skillful and winning maturity. The sore backs, the bruised shins and the endless wind-sprints were welcomed, not simply endured, as the down-payment on an extraordinary season. When practice and competition are blended with unwavering support from both star and substitute the results can be astounding. The establishment of a winning tradition is the legacy of these women. WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY 304 WOMEN'S TENNIS The 1977 Women's Tennis team might remember the rain more than anything else. The typically wet New England autumn kept practice time to a minimum and caused over half the matches to be rescheduled. Still, when the women could play on their four newly paved courts, they overcame a variety of illnesses and injuries to post a 6-3 record. Perrenial power Providence College was among the Crusaders's fallen opponents. Second year coach Oscar Najarian employed a unique team spirit to continue the winning tradition of Holy Cross' women's sports. The exhilaration of a total group effort marked each match. Next year's team will miss Pattie Finnegan, Marcia Hennelly and Lori Stasukelis; but, returning with strong depth and its committment to a group effort, the future looks bright. 305 CREW HEAD OF THE CHARLES REGATTA 306 - Tnnnrrm , rnnrintr,,, , rrttinrrin WWW ■ VI] 1 ~nirriirnn f rinnitnn ir-iti f |»rifr w*\t»* m V & •" "- i- * 307 RUGBY 308 BMHIB ■am^MMai^^BHHBa ~ ^V «4 309 * BASKETBALL The 1977-1978 basketball season was to be our year. The hoopsters had given us increasing dosages of success in the past three years. We marvelled at the giant Chris Potter and Mike Vicens had resurrected in 1975. 1976 followed with the Hart Center, Igor, and a second NIT bid. Next, the taste of the big time — the NCAA. We may have lost to Michigan, but that was without Ronnie Perry or John O'Connor. Besides, Mike Vicens showed us we could play against the best in the nation. Success had become addicting. We no longer appreciated victory, but came to demand it. The all night vigil for season tickets attested to our fanatacism. Sur we would miss Doran and McCauley, but Potter and Vicens would explode in their final year, O'Connor was healthy, and if Perry was NCAA freshman of the year, wouldn't he be sophomore of the year as well? We weren't the only ones to believe in our ability. Sports Illustrated ranked us ninth in the nation-ahead of UCLA, Maryland and North Carolina. Both major polls listed us in the top 20. A preseason exhibition with the Cuban National team raised our expectations further. Potter and Perry were anything but hospitable in the 117-96 rout. We believed we had made it. We no longer challenged others for the honors, they challenged us. In the end, we learned that destinies are not always fulfilled. The season opened with the freshman watching the big screen in Hogan and a lesson in humility. Basketball did not seem so important as we prayed for Greg Gaskins recovery from a serious car accident. The games went on, if somewhat halfheartedly. Our impatience with such lowly opponents as St. Anselm's and Dartmouth caused us to look sloppy in our first two wins. In a regionally telecast game against Duquesne, we were down by six at the half, but the poise came through. We won 86-76. The Iona Gaels came to the Hart Center to give us our first test of the young season. Blaney and his charges treated them like a gut course. HC romped 105-83. Chris Potter led the offense with 22 points, 8 rebounds, and 16 assists. Ron Perry swished enough corner bombs to total 29 points, and Mike Vicens twisted through the Iona defense for 18 more. The real tests came next. While we studied for exams, the hoop team diverted our attention with two more wins. The 67-62 win at Yale again reflected the effects of impatience, but the problem seemed to be solved in a 101-72 victory over Harvard. A fire in Rhode Island jolted us from the frivolity of our basketball mania. The Industrial National Classic was cancelled while Providence College morned the deaths of seven students. Christman filled us with thoughts of vacation, friends and the ECAC Holiday Classic. Our 6-0 record gave us the top seed in a strongly competitive field consisting of Georgetown, Alabama and Princeton. We were confident of victory when we met at McAnn's for a pre-game beer. • ■•■■■..">. 312 - v ■ ■ * * >;> j, ^ 313 We found that more than press releases were needed to maintain our #9 national ranking. Georgetown paid little attention to the morning polls and rudely dumped us 79-65. Derrick Jackson (22 points) and John Duran (20 points) reovided the offensive thrust for the Hoyas, but it was Tom Scates defensive intimidation and a tough 2-3 zone defense which proved the most troublesome. Ronnie Perry was held to one field goal in the first half and Chris Potter could grab only one offensive rebound the whole game. We accepted out first loss and readied ourselves for the consolation game with Princeton. Two Princeton bench technicals had given the Crusaders a five-point halftime lead, but with four minutes remaining in the game, the Tigers gad tied it, 59-59. A travelling violation gave us the last shot. Potter missed, but Vicens tapped in the rebound at the buzzer. We swelled our record to 11-1 with four victories in the final week of vacation. Fordham was the first victim. HC converted 33 turnovers into 43 points as we breezed by the Rams 100-65. Mike Vicens provided the late game heroics once again at Army. He dropped two free throws with only three seconds left to squeak by the Cadets 78-76. Neither Assumption (97-90) nor St. Peter's (104-65) hindered our preparation for the upcoming battle with Providence. Most of us returned to Holy Cross only long enough to drop our belongings and grab a ride to Providence. Some of us wished we had stayed home. Soup Campbell and Dwight Williams proved that there were other good players in New England besides Potter, Pery and Vicens. While 12,000 rabid fans screamed enough to bring down a second civic center roof, Providence shot 60% and made 11 steals. The Friars 4-point half-time lead became a 26-point romp. We were humbled 90-76. There was little time to regroup. The Fairfield Stags, in the midst of writing their own Cinderella story, had the nation's longest homecourt winning streak. Potter and Vicens triggered an offensive explosion of 103 points, but 31 turnovers enabled the Stags to score a record-breaking 123 points. The team returned to Holy Cross, but the Hart Center threatened to be inhospitable. A 16-point Boston College half-time lead intensified all the doubts we had come to hold after the previous two defeats. Then Igor reminded us of the Thanksgiving miracle and the fiery gleam in Mike Vicens' eye made us apologize for our fickleness. His court-long driving layups inspired a frenzied comeback. Perry bombed in 19 points and Potter contributed 14 more in a 56 point second-halfspree. The 82-76 victory proved that the HC basketball team was alive and well. Coach Blaney unveiled a new look for the second annual Colonial Classic. Freshman Gary Witts and sophomore Charlie Brown responded admirably to the promotion to the starting line up. The Crusaders defeated UCONN in the opener 78-63. In the finals, we were part of the largest crowd ever to witness two New England colleges play. HC overcame several talented individual UMass performances with the same teamwork that hung the 13 championship banners amidst the Boston Garden lights to win the final 76-63. Chris Potter scored 32 points and had 28 rebounds in the two games to earn the tournament MVP. Ronnie Perry and Mike Vicens joined him to give the tournament all-star team a decidely purple hue. The Crusader's second trip to the Providence Civic Center was not nearly as threatening as the first. HC had little trouble in dumping Brown 91-70. January ended with a revived team and a 15-3 record. The month's two losses seemed nothing more than a midseason slump. February followed with an immediate shock. While we confidentally waited for the Crusader's to roll over the same UMass team they had defeated a week earlier, the Minutemen held on. A jump ball with three seconds left gave them one more chance. Gary Witts won the tap, but UMass controlled the ball long enough to throw up one desperation shot. Cousy called it a rainbow. Though we held our breaths, we knew the instant the ball left Eric Williams' hand it would score. While UMass celebrated, we stared in silent disbelief. The 77-76 defeat would be the only home-court loss of the season. Winter homecoming just beat the New England Blizzard. Ronnie Perry treated the returning alumni to a 28-point performance and a 100-88 victory over Hofstra. The snow came next and gave the team a week off. The third annual pilgrimage to Notre Dame was cancelled and BC was postponed until the season's end. The final two scheduled home games appropriately came in the midst of the seniors' 100 Day Banquet. Igor began the countdown early in the 114-76 rout against Boston University. Two days later, in what we thought would be our last game, we honored the seniors. Still overcome with the reminiscent melancholy of the previous night's dinner, we recalled the past contributions of Chris Potter, Mike Vicens, Greg Gaskins, Adrian Moody and Pat Padden. Nor did we forget our most important fan. The crowd chanted Igor's special cheer while Jose Alvarex stood at mid-court. The Crusaders beat New Hampshire handily, 98-69. It was George Blaney's 100th Crusader victory. 82 have come in the era of Potter and Vicens. The Crusaders fifth loss of the season came in New Jersey at the hands of Seton Hall. HC dropped a close one for the second time this season when two late points gave Seton Hall a 76-74 victory. A hastily scheduled game against King's College provided the Crusaders with a final home game. The Hart Center was unusually sparse however, as students fled campus for the long weekend. The 96-83 win became a phyrric victory when Chris Potter sprained his ankle while grabbing his 1000th career rebound late in the game. Spring fever wasn't the only thing exciting the fans in Georgetown's McDonough Gym. The Hoy as played their best game of the season, shooting 60% while holding the Crusaders to a mere 35%. Gary Witts' 17-points and 9 rebounds were the only bright spots in the 77-61 loss. With 12 minutes remaining in the regular season finale against BC, Chris Potter entered the game for the first time. His bad ankle caused him to miss a starting assignment for only the second time in four years. Potter played what Coach Blaney called, "A lifetime of basketball." Chris forced an overtime when he sank two freethrows with ten seconds left. He already had led the Crusaders back from an 8-point deficit in the final two minutes. The comeback seemed futile after a BC of the ECAC's. When a 12-point Friar lead threatened to turn into a rout late in the game, the memory of the BC game refused to let us stop hoping. The team responded. Perry hit a few bombs while Vicens and Potter took the ball inside. With seconds remaining, Vicens went against Soup Campbell for a lay-in. It was one of the few times in his career he lost the battle. Campbell made a super block. Providence netted two meaningless free throws to complete their 71-67 victory. The season ended. No NCAA tournament or NIT bids followed the loss to Providence. Our pre-season dreams had been shattered. Was the 20-7 season disappointing? Maybe — but only because we expected so much. The pre-season hoopla overshadowed the balance of New England basketball. We forgot that Mike Vicens and Chris Potter are not the only great players, that Ron Perry, as good as basket put the Eagles ahead by one with 10 seconds remaining. While we lamented the impending loss and BC celebrated, the team forgot to give up. Potter quickly inbounded the ball to Ronnie Perry at halfcourt. Perry raced to the foul line and took the shot. The basket gave him 32 points for the night and HC a 99-98 victory. The Crusaders won 20 games for the fourth consecutive year. The fourth-seeded Crusaders travelled to the Providence Civic Center for a rematch with PC in the opening round he is, still is just a sophomore, and that other schools have dreams as vivid and ambitious as our own. In the end we will remember the good things — a crashing reverse slam dunk by Mike Vicens, the quiet consistency of Chris Potter, but most of all, the spirit. For four months each year, the basketball team brings life to the dreary bitterness of a Worcester winter. We were never more unified than when we helped Igor cast his mysterious spell over the opposing team. That joy alone made it all worthwhile. The well-drilled movements of spikers and setters rotating in precise patterns of skill, grace and speed is the essence of volleyball. The Holy Cross women molded hours of practice into the superb conditioning needed to face their grueling schedule. But if David were to meet Goliath ten times, the giant would win nine of the matches. Such was the fate of these women. Their victories were lost beneath overwhelming weight of Division 1 powerhouses. Yet, this team can rest secure in the knowledge that they have played their best and played with the best. *& ... »• * VOLLEYBALL 320 321 HOCKEY DIVISION II COACH OF THE YEAR: COACH MIKE ADDESSA DIVISION II ALL-AMERICAN: GOALIE JIM STEWART DIVISION II PLAYOFF BERTH FOR FIRST TIME IN HOLY CROSS HISTORY 322 f **-> m L 323 324 — — — 325 FENCING 326 327 328 329 330 LACROSSE 331 SOFTBALL 332 333 BASEBALL 334 335 336 337 Peter Colombo Bill Spellman Dennis Graham Glenn Verrette Rick Ostrander John Holiver Jack Casali Rick Jasinski Rick Gross Phil Johnson Ted Rockwell Joe Sinkewicz Bob Walsh Ron Perry Rick Allen Neil Soloman Chet Forman Paul Barbas Kevin O'Quinn Mark Young Ken LeBlanc Bob Martin Dennis McGuire BASEBALL 338 i- V Leo Kane Adrian Moody Dave Mulquin Bob Landes Charlie Browne Tom Seaman John O'Connor Gary Witts Pete Beckenbach Greg Gaskins Ronnie Perry Mike Vicens Capt. Chris Potter Capt. Pat Padden Mgr. Head Coach George Blaney Ass't. Coach Jim Dougher Ass't. Coach Togo Palazzi BASKETBALL 339 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Sue Bevins Cindy Boiardi Kate Butler Mary Cooney Margaret Dempsey Kathy Flacke Lori Geishecker Barbara Kelley Heidi Lewis Katie O'Connor Teresa Opalacz 340 WOMEN'S CREW Karen Filiault Eve Stupeer Pam McGinley Jane Henerberry Denise Peters Mary Bohn Maureen Cavanaugh Kathy O'Keefe Joanne Mikulich Bridget Walsh Cindy LaPorte Jamie Carr Eileen Commane Diane Dadio Alice Belfiore Ann Regan Maura Walsh Kathleen Gralton Mary Allen Toya Graham Kathie Reilly Barbra Wesolowski Hilary McComb Nancy Giordano Mari Capelotti Ellen Sheehan Claudia Van Haverbeke Debbie Dobbin 341 FENCING TEAM Ron Anderson Paul Bodner Joe Borkowski Jamie Cardillo Paul O'Connor Robert Rak Edward Sauris Beth Seaton Dave Waterhouse Frank Wynne Cathy Zimmer Coach: Bob Woolner 342 John Ahem John Allard Rick Allen Steve Barry Mark Bates Mike Boczanowski Tom Bresnahan John Caligaris Craig Cerretani Mike Chieco Mark Chiungas Jim Cobb Peter Colombo Paul Connelly Jeff Cooney Dana Cresta Joe Desisto Paul DiGangi Brian Doherty Chris Duggan Jim Dunphy Larry Ewald Steve Fernandez Jeff Fisher Dave Frechette Steve Freeman Steve Gannon Peter George Ed Gorczyca Frank Hamel Mike Hanna Kevin Harrington Lee Heffernan Steve Hiorns Charlie Hourihan Mark Hourihan Jay Howlett Steve Hunt Bob Hurley John Ingram Bob Ireland Mike Jank Phil Johnson Pat Kelly Rick Kelly Pat Kimener Jack Laurendeau Ken LeBlanc Joe LeMay Paul Lyons John Maneri John Mangiante Mike McDonnell Jack McGovern Dan McNulty Matt Michaud Herb Mihalik Joe Miller Bob Morton Chuck Mullen Mike Murnane Crocky Nangle Dave Ornelas Jim Pendergast Elmars Reks Mike Rimkus Bob Roncarati Leon Sielawa Jeff Smith Neil Soloman Chuck Sommer Wayne Thornton Glenn Verrette Henry Vogel Bob Walsh Terry Waters Bill Wright 343 WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY Kathy Bates Kathy LaClasse Susan Biggs Kathy Laughlin Carol Branchard Kathy Lynch Chris Ciabotti Kathy Maher Janice Connoly Paula Mahoney Ann Curtis Debbie McGovern Lisa Dahm Janet McHugh Fran Caly Kathy O'Connor Jane Eden Gemma Perdoni Pam Fischer Joanne Rossi Vicki Frouenhoffer Debbie Sullivan Deidre Garrity Ann Regan Liz Hagan Diane Wood Kathy House Linda Strobeck, mgr. Nancy Longley 344 r*r»f 1 : 3 ~ T ijv^ 345 Darren Abbanat Jim Bee Tom Bresnahan Dave Cain Jim Carroll Dave Clopek Marty Coursey Dennis Cunningham Bob Dart Rich Devlin M Mike Elia Tom Ellis E Paul Fineran Larry Flannery N John Garrity Pete Harrington 'S Charlie Herbert Steve Hiorns John Jachowicz Chris Larkin L Tucker Larkin Tim Marceau A Phil McCarty Bill McLaughlin C Tom McOsker Don Moriarty R Mike Moriarty Peter Naigle O Bill O'Rourke John Ross S Mike Shannon Hal Sullivan S Kevin Worthington Bill McCullough, Head Coach E Jim Carboneau, Assistant 346 John Havens Mike O'Malley Mike Myers Matt Collello Peter Gilmore Tim Sheehan Peter McCarthy Jim Moore Bob Feeney Tom Coveney Grampa Nolin Mr. Nice Jim Murphy Joe Fallon Chuck O'Conner Louis Maclntyre Mike Ripp Bob Ripp Mark Galloway Joe Kingdos Mark X. Cronin Sean Teague Bill Sinnot J.K. Thornton Andy Phoney Mike Joyce John Reardon Brian Hines Sean Murphy Jack Byrnes Ian Joyce Malachi Flanagan Bob Percus B.J. Dolan Tommy Carsons Dave Welch Bob Morton John Fisher Lee Heffernan Tom Cowen Johnny Lancy Rick Cavanaugh Jerry Burke Mike Donovan David Sullivan Dicky Crane Andrew Wallace Jimmy McNeil Peter Stathis John Kennedy Mike Stevens Steve Bracken John Bagley Scott Kumf Bob Varney Mike Harvey John Lindon Kevin McNamara Harry Armani RUGBY 347 SOCCER Jim Meehan Chris O'Conner Pat Egan Chris Collins Mark Braunstein John Garrity Tim Wiethers Peter Wade Jack Madaras Joe Zepf Kevin O'Rourke Tom Leahy Mike O'Keefe Phil Audet Fred McGaughan John Moran Mike Holmes Tom Madaras Dave Welch Bart Farrell Peter Kirby Lars Haage, Coach 348 MaryAnne Barretto W Susan Biggs o Donna Boudreau Susan Cardwell M Chris Ciabotti Ann Curtis E Jeanne Delsignore Anne Garrity, Co-Capt. N Kathy House Kathy KaCasse 'S Nancy Longley Marion Martignetti Stephanie Martin Janet McHugh L Mary Noonan Kathy O'Connor A Carolyn O'Hara Demma Perdini C Anne Regan Regina Speroni R Jeanne Stepan Jacqueline Sullivan O Margaret Sullivan, Co-Capt. S Bridget Walsh Diane Wood S Ann Gallagher Coach: Jan Demars E 349 WOMEN'S SOFTBALL Carol Branchard Amy Lechner Vickie Brucia Teri Moschetta Mary Cooney Kathy Murray Virginia Courtney Eileen Nee Fran Daly Teresa Opalacz Jane Eden Cheryl Parente Chris Fernandez Diane Puliafico Colette Foster Margaret Spillane Sue Fulton Debra Sullivan Lori Geishecker Barbara Swift Cindy Laporte Bobbie Williamson 350 MEN'S SWIM TEAM John Crisafulli Mike Kretowicz Dennis Cruff Bob Lambert Bill Donovan Ted Lehberger Jim Donney Tom Mahoney Mark Dempsey Tim Mortenson, Capt. Steve Fanning Charlie Murphy Bob Feeney, Capt. Tom Noack, Capt. Jerry Halpin Peter Ryan Dave Hassett Richard Reidy Dave Heller Scott Tredwell Mike Keefe John Rowley 351 WOMEN'S SWIM TEAM Beth Bacon Alice Belfiore Kimberly Brennan Debbie Dowd Mary Horan Therese Leary Donna L'Ecuyer Hilary McComb Anne McDonald Jo-Ann McGuirk, Cpat. Michele McKeown Sally McLaud Lois Palmer Patricia Sawyer Eve Stuper Callie Taffe Head Coach: Barry L. Parenteau Diving Coach: William Donnelly 352 T Tom Murray Kevin Koellner M E Jim McCann Chris Lyons E N Tom Smith Robert Ditomassi N N Steve Londregan 'S I Rich Reidy S 353 Janet Barclay Pam McGinley Janine Bjorn Julie McGuire Cindy Blair Carolyn O'Hara Carol Brown Sharon Oppelt W I Carol Caprio Denise Peters T Sheila Cavanaugh Debbie Sheehan ON Eileen Commaine Lisa Simonetta R Diane Dadio Jacqueline Sullivan MD Denise Darwin Gretchen Weiss A Sue DuBrile Tina White E O Chris Fernandez Subrina Williams C Ruth Flynn Diane Wood NO Karen Kolb Celia Woods K Betsy Ladner Kathy Downing 'S R Mary Jean McDermott Paula Kemp 354 Onye Amaechi Gary Bell Jim Brennan Joseph Caffrey Thomas Capone Paul Casey Michael Cobb Paul Corcoran George Durgin Kevin Fitzgerald Daniel Fumagalli George Gilson Richard Houston Gerald Jones Robert Keane Edward Kennedy Robert Kielly Thomas Lynch Michael Mahoney Edwin Mallette Dan Maloney James Marrone Thomas Massarelli Mark Murray James O'Hara Stephen Peck Bernard Poppe Stephen Schillinger Mark Schroeder James Sheehan Peter Stanton Michael Sullivan John Taylor Leonard Thatcher Bryan VanDorpe Paul Wright Robert Ireland John Mangiante o u T T R M D A E O C N O K R ——————— ^— — 355 WOMEN'S TENNIS Mary Anne Barretto Kate Butler Patty Finnegan Ann Futia Marcia Hennelly Kathy Fox Laurie Manning Karen Moses Liz Palomba Anne Lee Poston Lori Stasukelis Callie Taffe Ellenann Walsh 356 Ann Baker Sue Baker Cindy Blair Sheila Cavanaugh Trisha Chamberlain Jan Clifford Janice Connolly O Beth Dill W Kathy Downing u T Sue Du Bosule O Moira Fitzmaurice T R Rita Flynn M Tracy Kennedy D A Betsy Ladner E Kathy Lynch O C Nancy Marusak N Mary Jean McDermott O K Ann Moriarty 'S Sharon Oppelt R Louise Quinton Betsy Reynolds Dierdre Schorman Debbie Sheehan Lisa Simonetta Joan Velardi Tina White 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 You got there on a balmy Sunday afternoon, your first day at college. Maybe you got there before your roommate, in which case you entered a room with a naked bed on either side, the identical chairs and desks and the battered locker in the corner. Maybe your roommate arrived earlier and you walked into a room thick with strangers: your roommate's relatives scattering throw rugs, pillows, food, and advice. You were sentenced — some of you — to live several months with a stranger. Sometimes the association was lucky; other times it was less fortunate. But your roommate represented an indissoluble part of your life at college, no matter what emotions your relationship inspired. You met others, too; acquaintances quickly struck and which soon flickered out while future friends were still strange faces. You met them at mixers, in class, in the dorm, through your roommate: they were linked with you in the fabric of college life. One friend you will recall as the absolute idiot you stumbled upon when he was being sick in the toilet from drink; another you will remember studying with for an examination you doubted you would pass. These new friends and your teachers were the persons with whom you spent most of your waking hours. Your teachers were a motley crew: some were hard, some easy, some boring, some witty, and some enthusiastic. You were there for an education, everybody said so, and sometimes you were inclined to believe it. But learning happened in the oddest ways. Other things were happening as well, to the campus as a whole: Howard Johnson's opened floors to Holy Cross students and Chieftain's removed Gallo wine from its shelves after a student boycott. You heard Elizabeth Kubler-Ross speak of death, Clark Booth of greed in sports, and you heard little Donald Segrettti confess his sins. That year water fights were as popular as ever, especially if you lived in Carlin or Alumni. Streaking had not yet 370 gone the way of dodo birds and saddle shoes. Ethnic nights were the big thing at Hogan on the weekends and you tasted all sorts of specialities: dark beer, pizza pies, and Syrian sandwiches. When you returned sophomore year, certain things on campus had changed: Carlin was no longer the dingy, all--male menagerie it had been. The school paneled, polished, and re-carpeted it. Then they carted girls in and deposited them on the second floor. Holy Cross had changed. Hogan cafeteria was no longer the coffee house-type place it had once been. Instead you had a bunch of tables, a bar where wine and beer were served, and they called it a pub. The seventies were halfway gone; Vietnam, Kent State, and Woodstock were history. You no longer had to desire peace in Vietnam; you had it, even though the Vietnamese did not. You 'reordered your priorities:' one student wanted to be 'the wealthiest M.D. in Rhode Island.' It was a shabby goal in a passive decade. Your minds were as free as they possibly could be in these parlous times. You went to Homecoming and Parents' Weekend, you watched the football team lose week after week. Coach Doherty resigned and you waited for the first basketball game when Hart Center would be dedicated. Only the controversy over tenure decisions seemed to revive any of the activism displayed in the sixties. The indignation shown by some students and faculty resulted in a meeting of the Board of Trustees in New York City. But even this disturbance proved short-lived, if not forgotten. You settled back in your accustomed ways. You read an issue of "The Tomahawk" that was astonishingly inane and prurient. You celebrated another Spring weekend, as inclement and entertaining as the last one. Another class was graduating and you returned three months later as a junior. In Junior year things were in an odd state of fluctuation. Those around you were either changing or becoming entrenched in their ways. The person you knew before as a shy and studious scholar may have reverted to a profligate of the worst kind, while another who had seemed standoffish may have emerged as a warm and generous soul. Then there remained those others, those changeless ones: the avid partygoers you still bump into at every gathering; the dedicated students who continue to disappear into Dinand every weekday. And then there were those others, gone forever — Frank Chokel, James Gooch, Tim Bigelow, John Gilmore — Whose names would continue to surface in conversation even as the routine of life wound on. And the routine wound on: people discussed the arrival of Coach Wheelwright and his 371 wishbone offense and the talk evaporated into another disappointing season. You began to think beyond the events that occurred in your junior year, beyond the Black Student Union's discontent with poor recruitment procedures, beyond Chris Potter's meteoric rise in SGA politics. Graduation loomed closer. You became more aware of your place in the scheme of things, or your lack of place in the scheme of things. You were afflicted with the Junior Year Itch, knowing that beyond this lay your future of life and love, success and failure. Senior year came and it trailed not clouds of glory. You looked at things more realistically, if not more cynically. Some of your friends were sports captains and club presidents and RA's, but that was neither here nor there. There were more important things than a freshman year preoccupation with status: sometimes it was enough of a task to conquer boredom, hangover, and desire. It dawned on you that ^^mimmmmmmaammmi ■■■■■I a lot of familiar faces were encountered less and less often, dispersed as they were on Clay, Caro and College Street or at Maplewood Heights. You learned to do the things all seniors do: you lurched through senior week from picnic to banquet; you selected easier courses, later classes; you fandangoed from one drink-of-the-week party to another; you looked forward to the 100 Days Banquet; you fulfilled your role as a senior. Life still held its minor irritations. There were graduate schools and 372 careers to be chosen, meals to be indured, tests and papers to be got through. But somehow you survived; physically for sure. Emotionally and spiritually you were bruised and battered, but breathing. Dean Ziobro's word came floating back to you from the first day of freshman year: "Some of you will not be here four years from now." You smiled. Not that you were free from regrets. You committed your share of selfish and sometimes just plain stupid errors. You wasted a lot of valuable time: one ot the faults of youth. But regrets are often a sign of health, like sore muscles in a vigorous athlete. And if you were left with regrets, you were left also with a fund of memories. Good memories and bad, poignant and indifferent. Memories of snow on the ground, Kimball lines, Saturday night parties, and warm Spring days spent sunning yourself on the hill. That is the history you have written of your years at Holy Cross. These are the memories that, like your books and posters, you pack away on a May afternoon, to unpack years later and handle again fondly. And on a May afternoon, commencement ceremonies are held; you are let go, free to travel your own private highway, going nowhere, going anywhere, going everywhere. 373 WILLIAM F. ABBOTT, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 8 Leech St., Beverly, MA, 01915. JANE ANGELA ACTON, A.B. English; 301 Elm St., Biddeford, ME, 04005. Judicial Board 1,2; Intramurals 2,3,4; Purple Patcher 4. ANNELISA ADDANTE, A.B. Philosophy; 60 View St., Fitchburg, MA, 01420. CCB of D 3,4; Swimming 3,4; Phi Sigma Iota. JOHN PAUL AGERHOLM, A.B. Economics - Accounting; 21 Frothingham Rd., Worcester, MA, 01605. Cross Country 1; Tennis 3,4; WCHC 2,3,4; Fenwick Theatre 3; Pre-Management Society 2,3; Worcester House 1,2,3,4. EDWARD DIMITER AGURA, A.B. Chemistry; 502 Ridgeland Terr., Leonia, NJ, 07605. PAUL RICHARD ALLEN, A.B. History; 21 Bradford Ave., Hull, MA, 02045. Hockey 1,2,3,4. JOSE ANTONIO ALVAREZ, A.B. Economics-Accounting; G-34 Villa Caparra, Guaynabo, PR, 00657. Track 1,3; Cross Country 3; Pre-Management Society 2,3,4; Purple Patcher 1,2,3,4; Sociedad Latino- Americana 4. JANE M. ALVARO, A.B. Psychology; 924 New Scotland Ave., Albany, NY, 12208. EILEEN MARIE ANDERSON, A.B. Political Science; 70 Greenleaf Ave., West Springfield, MA, 01089. MARINA ELLEN ATCHISON, A.B. English; 9908 Barstow Ct., Potamac, MD, 20854. Cross and Scroll 3,4; Intramurals 2; Purple Patcher 4. JOHN T. AVOLA, A.B. Chemistry; Holy Cross Box 2168, Worcester, MA, 01610. KATHLEEN A. AYLWARD, A.B. Spanish; 524 Worcester St., Wellesley, MA, 02181. Language Lab Assistant 1,2,4; Glee Club 1; Swim Team 1,4; Teaching Assistant 2; JYA3; Latin American Club 4. BRIAN BURKE BAGGOTT, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 188 Nod Rd., Ridgefield, CT, 06877 House Council 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3; SPUD 2,3; Psychology SAC 3,4 (Co-Chairman 4); RA 4; Psychology Psi Chi 3,4. MARY ANN ELIZABETH BALBACH, A.B. English; Box 649, Christiansted, St. Croix U.S. Virgin Islands, 00820. AFROTC 1,2,3,4; Arnold Air Society 1,2,3,4 (Commander 4); Military Ball Committee 1,2,3,4 (Chairperson 4); ACT 1,2,3,4; Theatre Club 1,2. PAUL M. BARBAS, A.B. Sociology — Economics; 42 Marcella Ave. Pittsfield, MA, 01201. TARA BARBER, A.B. History; 66 Milton Rd., Rye, NY, 10580. MICHAEL J. BARNELL, A.B. Economics Pre-Medical; 2503 Country La., Baldwinsville, NY, 13027. CHERYL A. BARRY, A.B. Sociology; 45 Auburn St. #1 , Framingham, MA, 01701. SPUD 3,4; rntramurals 1,3,4; Woman's Organization 4. WENDY MARLAYNE BAYNARD, A.B. Religious Studies; 5710 W Oxford St., Philadelphia, PA, 19131. House Council 2. ROBERT ALAN BEDNAR, A.B. Chemistry; 130 Glover St., Boonton, NJ, 07005. Rugby Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL BELLOTTI, A.B. Sociology Pre-Medical; 304 Cook Ln., Marlboro, MA, 01752. DRU T. BELMONTE, A.B. Political Science; 27 Linda Ave., Framingham, MA, 01701. WCHC 1,2,3; House Council 2; Washington Intern 3. KATHLEEN ANN BENN, A.B. Psychology; 88 Park Ln., Concord, MA, 01742. SPUD 1; Crew 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Breakfast Club 1,2,3,4. CAROL A. BIELSKI, A.B. Sociology; 25 Hoover Rd., Needham, MA, 02194. House Council 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Sociology SAC 3,4; RA 3; HRA 4; Alpha Kappa Delta. FRANK ALFRED BLOWE, A.B. History; 65 Pollock Ave., Pittsfield, MA, 01201. Hockey 1; Judicial Board 2; House Council Social Committee 1,2,3,4; Pub Committee 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3,4. CATHERINE M. BOISVERT, A.B. Biology; 271 Tarkiln Hill Rd., New Bedford, MA, 02745. SPUD 2,3,4; Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Washington Intern 3; School Volunteers for Worcester 4. MICHAEL T. BOLOGNA, A.B. English; 16 Laurel Ave., Bradford, MA, 01830. House Council 1; Crusader 2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 2,3; WCHC 4; CCB of D4. JAMES A. BOURGEOIS, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 14 Angel RD., North Reading, MA, 01864. Band 1,2; (Assistant Director 3; Student Director 4); Intramurals 1,3,4; ACT 2,3,4; Cross and Crucible 1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 1. BETSY BOURN, A.B. Sociology; 230 Fiske St., Holliston, MA, 01746. SPUD 1,2; Intramurals 2,3; Sociology SAC 3,4 (Chairman 4); Alpha Kappa Delta. RICHARD BOWEN, A.B. Political Science; 542 Hatherly Rd., N. Scituate, MA, 02060. House Council 1,4; Fencing 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Pi Sigma Alta. KAREN L. BRADLEY, 188 Main St., Freeport, ME, 04032. ANNE MARIE BRADY, A.B. Psychology: 206 Immokolee Dr., Portsmouth, RI, 02871. ACT 2,3,4; Women's Organization 1,2,3; Fenwick Theatre; RA 4. LISA BRANZETTI, A.B. History: 7 Draper Dr., Wilmington, MA, 01887. Intramurals 2,4; Washington Intern 3; YOYO 4. KAREN THERESA BRASSARD, A.B. Political Science — Spanish; 27 WheelockSt., Oxford, MA, 01540. Field Hockey 1; Intramurals 1, Lacrosse 1,2; Worcester House 1,2,3,4; Crusader 1; CCB of D 1,2,3; Town Rat Review 3; Army ROTC 1,2,3,4 (B Company Commander 4); Sociodad Latinoamerica 4; Phi Sigma Iota 3,4. MARY ELLEN BREEN, A.B. English; 57 Samoset Ave., Quincy, MA 02169. SPUD 2, Senior Committee 4; Yearbook 4. STEPHEN J. BREEN, A.B. History; 273 High St. W., Manchester, CT, 06040. Crusader 2,3,4; Film Committee 4. TRICIA BRENNAN, A.B. English; 160 Shore Ave., Groton, CT, 06340. SPUD 1,2,3,4; Modern-Dance 3,4; RA 3; SGA 3,4; Admissions Committee 4. SUSAN ANNE BRENNAN, A.B. English; 60 Fiske St., Waterbury, CT, 06710. STEPHEN LEO BRESNAHAN, A.B. Chemistry; 46 Botolph St., Quincy, MA, 02171. Volunteer Probation Officer 3,4; RA 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. KATHLEEN M. BREWER, A.B. Psychology; 10 Alexander Rd., Worcester, MA, Big Sister 2,3; School Volunteer 4. PAUL BOYTON BRICKFIELD, A.B. Political Science; 275 Exeter St., Brooklyn, NY, 11235. Special Studies Committee 4; WCHC 3,4; SPUD 1,2,3,4; 1843 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4. PETER J. BROCCOLO, A.B. Economics; 265 Sunset Dr., Northbrook, IL, 60062. THOMAS HENRY BROUILLARD, A.B. Philosophy; 1308 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, MA, 02173. Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; Campus Police 2,3,4; Worcester Auxiliary Police 4. CAROLANN BROWN, A.B. Sociology; 82 North 17th St., East Orange, NJ, 07017. Gymnastics 1,2; SGA 1; Hockey Cheerleading 2,3; Cross Country 3; Track 3. JOHN FRANCIS BROWN, A.B. Economics Pre-Medical; 19 Cumberland Rd., West Hartford, CT, 06119. Choir 1; Liturgical Committee 1; CCB of D 1,2,3,4; (Treasurer 3, Chairman 4); Student Pilot 3, Lodge Vice Chief, Order of the Arrow, BSA 1,2,3,4. CAROL S. BRYSON, A.B. Psychology; 112 Scotch Pine Rd., Weston, MA, 02193. EDWARD M. BURGESS, A.B. Political Science; 75 Enfield St., Pawtucket, RI, 02861. Rugby Club 2,3,4; 1843 Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Senior Week Committee. GLENN A. BURGNER, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; Divison Rd., Pittsfield, MA, 01201. EILEEN T. BURKE, A.B. English; 1039 W 7th St., Plainfield, NJ, 07063. Purple Key 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Purple Patcher 4; ACT 2; House Council 1; Blood Drive 1,2,3,4. GERARD P. BURKE, JR., A.B. History; 1117 Spotswood Dr., Silver Springs, MD, 20904. St. Thomas More Pre Legal Society 1,2,3,4; Rugby Club 2,3,4; 1843 Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JULIE SUSAN BURKE, A.B. Classics; 822 Dwight St., Holyoke, MA, 01040. SPUD 1,2,4; Phrontisterion 1,2,3,4 (Chairman 3,4); Foster Parents Fund 3. CHARLES M. BUTTS, A.B. Psychology; 780 Canton Ave., Milton, MA, 02186. GREGORY A. BYRNES, A.B. History; 21 Kenilworth Terr., Greenwich, CT, 06830. JACK BYRNES, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 22 Monticello Dr., Paxton, MA, 01612. Rugby Club 1,2,3,4; 1843 Club 1,2,3,4; Biology Society 1,2,3; House Council 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. TARA A. BYRON, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 105 Jackson St., Garden City, NY, 11530. RONALD PAUL CABANA, A.B. Economics- Accounting; 845 Grove St., Worcester, MA, 01605. Crusader 4. MICHELE CACCHILLO, A.B. History; 96 Norma Ct., Kingston, NY, 12401. EILEEN M. CAHILLANE, A.B. English; 2 Franklin Ct., Northampton, MA, 01060. Purple Key 2,3,4; English SAC 3,4; Crusader 1,2,3,4; Purple Patcher 1,2. DAVID LINWOOD CAHOON, JR., A.B. Philosophy; 1006 Astor Blvd., Rockville, MD, 20850. DAVID M. CAIN, A.B. History; 87 Ellington St., Longmeadow, MA, 01106. Lacrosse 1,2,4; Cheerleading 2; Intramurals 1,2,4; JYA 3. JOSEPH PHILIP CALDERONE, JR. A.B. Chemistry; 1525 Coles Ave., Mountainside, NJ, 07092. WCHC 1,2,3,4 (Announcing Director 3,4); Knights of Columbus 1,2; Intramurals 1; Cross and Crucible 1,2,3,4. CAITLIN M-S CALLAHAN, A.B. Fine Arts; Box 726, Pocasset, MA, 02559. PATRICIA MARY CALLAHAN, A.B. Chemistry; 12 Wayside Dr., Danvers, MA, 01923. Band 1,2,3; Choir 1,2; ACT 1,2,3,4; Cross and Crucible 3,4; Chemistry SAC 3,4; Hanify Committee 3. MARIANNE THERESE CANEDO, A.B. French; 64 Darling Ave., Smithtown, NY, 11787. Lacrosse 1; SPUD 2; Eucharistic Minister 3,4; House Council 4; CCD Teacher 4; Tutor Program 4; ACT 4. LAURA JEAN CANNAMELA, A.B. Fine Arts; 300 Middlesex Ave., Metuchen, NJ, 08840. MARIE CATHERINE CAPELOTTI, A.B. French; 243 Pleasant St., Whitman, MA, 02382. SPUD 2; East. European Studies Club 2,3,4; Russian Club 4; Purple Key Big Sister 4. MICHAEL A. CAPPELANO, A.B. Psychology; 85 Temi Rd., Bellingham, MA, 02019. ANN CATHERINE CAPROTTI, A.B. English; RR 1 Box 346 B, Kingston, NY, 12401. c/o Caprotti Hill. BRUCE A. CARDELLO, A.B. Political Science; 86 Garden St., Needham, MA, 02192. Big Brother 2; Cheerleading 2,3; Political Science SAC; Intramurals 3,4. CHRISTINE MARIE CARLIN, A.B. Political Science; 232 West Main St., Westboro, MA, 01581. RICHARD EDWARD CARLSTROM, A.B. Political Science — Fine Arts; 76 Ocean Ave., West Haven, CT., 06516. Choir 2,4; PAKS 1,2 (director); ACT 2,3,4; SPUD 3. CHRISTINE M. CAROLAN, A.B. Economics; 33 Cavanaugh Rd., Wellesley, MA., 02181. MARIBETH CARR, A.B. Sociology; 152 Garfield Rd., West Hartford, CT., 06107. House Council 1,2; Judical Board 3; JYA 3. MARC D. CASAVANT, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 6 Barron Ave., Lewiston, ME., 04240. ANDREA E. CASCARDI, A.B. English; Chauncy Lane, Lawrence, NY, 11559. The Purple 3,4; SGA 3,4; SPUD 4. MARIANNE CASEY, A.B. Psychology; 33 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, NY, 11530. SPUD 2,3,4; Eucharistic Minister 3,4; Psychology SAC 4; CCD Teacher 3,4. WILLIAM CAHILL CASEY, A.B. Political Science; 44 Wedgemere Ave., Winchester, MA, 01890. Hockey 1,2; Intramurals 3,4; Hawaiian Party Committee Chairman 4. CHRISTINE CASSOL, A.B. Political Science; Stafford St., Charlton, MA, 01507. AFROTC 2,3,4; Arnold Air Society 3,4; ACT 2,3,4. DAVID JOHN CASTELLANI, A.B. History; 625 West Avon Rd., Avon, CT, 06001. Golf 1,2,3,4; SGA 3; House Council 1,2 (Vice Chairman 2); RA 3,4; Henify Committee 3,4; Kappa Omega Society 3,4; Washington Intern 3; Campus Tours 1,2,3,4. FRANK HAROLD CATHCART, A.B. History; 8 Lambert Dr., Norwich, CT, 06360. Phi Alpha Theta 3,4. PAULA LEE CATUOGNO, A.B. Psychology; 344 Cherry Hill Rd., Johnston, RI, 02919. PETER J. CELLOZZI, A.B. English; 15 East St., Milford, MA, 01757. PETER JOHN CERIANI, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 70 Washington St., Newton, MA, 02158. Big Brother 1,2; Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Pre-Medical Society 1,2,3,4; CCB of D 1,2,3,4. BARBARA J. CERRI, A.B. Psychology; 60 Hanson Hill Rd., Windsor, CT, 06095. Purple Patcher 2,3,4; SPUD 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Pre-Management Society 2,3,4; Crew 2; Admissions 2,4. CATHERINE M. CHAGNON, A.B. Fine Arts; 100 Portman St., Windsor, CT, 06095. LINDA MARIE CHWAZIK, A.B. English; 46 Georgian Ct., Elizabeth, NJ 07208. St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1; Women's Organization 1,2,4; JYA 3. JOHN P. CIPOLLA, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 6293 N Kolmar Ave., Chicago, IL, 60646. JANET ANN CLEARY, A.B. Psychology; RFD #1, Clearview Dr., New Milford, CT, 06776. Gymnastics Club 2; Judicial Board 2; Psychology SAC 3,4; House Council 3; RA 3; AHRA 4; Hunger Action Coalition 3; Eucharistic Minister 4; Intramurals 2,3; Tour Guide 2. MARY THERESA CLOUTIER, A.B. Economics; 47 Mary Lane, Rockville, CT, 06066. House Council 4. RICHARD X. COAKLEY, A.B. Political Science; 33 Coolidge Ave., Auburn, MA, 01501. MATTEO COLELLO III, A.B. Biology; 51 Sawyer St., Portland, ME, 04103. Judicial Board 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Rugby Club 2,3,4 (Vice President 4); Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; HIE 4. SUSAN K. COLEMAN, A.B. Psychology; 974 Smith St., Providence, RI, 02908. BRENDAN A. COLLINS, A.B. History; 116 Pleasantview Ave., Longmeadow, MA, 01106. Phi Alpha Theta 3,4; The Purple 3 (Art Editor); Crusader 3,4. CHRISTINE M. COLLINS, A.B. French; Spring St., Lee, MA, 01238. Phi Sigma Iota; Intramurals 2; House Council 2,3; SPUD Big Sister 2,3,4; Judicial Board 3; Purple Patcher 4; UNICEF 4. JOHN A. COLLINS III, A.B. Political Science; 60 Treeland Rd., Huntington, CT, 06484. Political Science SAC 3,4 (Chairman 4); Intramurals 2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1. MARGARET M. COMARD, A.B. Psychology; 4260 River Rd., Latham, NY, 12110. ANNE MARIE COMEAU, A.B. Biology; 207 Hilldale Ave., Haverhill, MA, 01830. Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Women's Organization 1,2,3,4 (Chairwoman 4); Health Committee 4. CATHERINE A. CONLEY, A.B. Economics; 17 Black Duck Rd., Concord, MA, 01742. THOMAS J. CONLON, A.B. History; 9 Elizabeth Dr., Bethpage, NY, 11714. Knights of Columbus 2,3. MARY CONSTANCE CONNERTY, A.B. French; 37 Tremont St., Cambridge, MA, 02139. Cheerleading 1; French Club 2,3; Women's Organization 3,4; Modern Language SAC 4; Film Committee 4; German Club 4. MARY ANNE CONNOLLY, A.B. Mathematics; 8 Jackson St., Garden City, NY, 11530. SFA 2; House Council 1,3; SGA 2; Crew 1,2; Purple Patcher 4. MARY ANNE CONNORS, A.B. French; 356 Albany Ave., Kingston, NY, 12401. SPUD 1,2,4; Softball 2,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Camput Tours 2; JYA 3. JOHN F. CONROY, A.B. Political Science; 149 Old Church Rd., Greenwich, CT, 06830. ROSEMARY PATRICIA CONROY, A.B. Fine Arts; 1 Vaille Ave., Lexington, MA, 02173. House Council 1; Schola 2,3,4; RA 3,4; SAC Fine Arts 3,4; Purple Patcher 2,4 (Art Editor 4). ALBERTO A. CORREIA, A.B. Chemistry; 4 Mystic Ln., Milford, MA, 01757. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; Cross and Crucible 1,2,3,4 (Chairman 4). STEVEN P. CORRIGAN, A.B. History; 83 Seminole Rd., Acton, MA, 01720. JOHN PATRICK COUGHLIN, A.B. History; 80 Melrose Ave., Youngstown, OH, 44512. Fire Dragons 1; Backpacking 1; SGA 2; Sailing 3,4; SPUD 3. KEITH LAMONTE CRAWLEY, A.B. Philosophy Pre-Medical; 3460 N. Teutonia, Milwaukee, WI, 53206. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Student Judicial Board 2; Admissions Committee 3; EPC 4; CA 2; AHRA 3; HRA 4; SGA 3,4; Kimball Captain 2,3,4; Track 1; Wrestling 2; BSU 1,2,3,4. COLLEEN L. CREEVY, A.B. English; 26 Long Meadow Rd., Winnetka, IL, 60093. JAMES P. CROWLEY, A.B. English; 260 Lafayette St., Pawtucket, RI, 02860. MICHAEL F. CUENIN, A.B. History Pre-Medical; 4 Russet Ln., Lynnfield, MA, 01940. Phi Alpha Theta; Intramurals; Knights of Columbus; House Council. DANIEL B. CULLEN, A.B. English; 4515 Culbreath Ave., Tampa, FL, 33609. DAWN P. CURRAN, A.B. Chemistry; P.O. Box 192, Rosendale, NY, 12472. PATRICK RAND CURRIE, A.B. History; 1318 Van Buren St., Hollywood, FL, 33019. EDWARD BRIAN CURTIN, A.B. Economics; 21 Highland Cr., Bronxville, NY, 10708. Crusader 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 3,4; Rugby Club 3. RICHARD L. CURTIS, A.B. Classics; 52 Brattle St., Holden, MA, 01520. THOMAS D'AMBRA, A.B. Chemistry; 59 Great Oak Rd., Shelton, CT, 06484 LISA M. DAHM, A.B. Chemistry; 51 Louise St., Waterford, CT, 06385. KIERAN JOSEPH DALE, JR., A.B. Economics; 117 Harvest Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ, 08002. Crusader 1,2,3,4 (Sports Editor 4); Housing Committee 1,2,3,4; SGA 1,2; Baseball 2; Soccer 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Student Assistant to the Sports Publicity Office 3. KATHLEEN DALY, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 40 Cornehlsen Dr., Huntington Station, NY, 11746. DANIEL A. DAY, A.B. Classics; 1143 Erie View Rd., Cleveland Heights, OH, 44121. House Council 2; Crusader 2,3,4 (Editor-in-Chief 4); Classics SAC 3,4; RA 3,4. TIMOTHY JOHN DAVID DENNIN, A.B. History; 549 Lakeview Ave., Rockville Centre, NY, 11570. Basketball 1; Crew 1,2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4; Head of Minor Sports Program 4; Fenwick Theatre 4; Crusader 4. CAROL DEREWIANKA, A.B. English; 182 W. Vernon St., Manchester, CT, 06040. PAULA DERMARDEROSIAN, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 85 Lunenburg St., Fitchburg, MA, 01420. Cross and Crucible 1,2,3,4; YARC 4; SPUD 4. LAWRENCE EDWARD DESALVATORE, JR., A.B. History; 25 Sachem St., New Britain, CT, 06053. Intramurals 1,2; House Council 2; CCD Teacher 2,3,4; Phi Alpha Theta 3,4 (President 4); Washington Intern 3. DONALD PAUL DESORCY, A.B. Political Science-Sociology; 15 Atwood Ave., Millbury, MA, 01527. Track 2; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Worcester House 1,2,3,4. CHARLES L. DEW AN, A.B. Economics; 9 Mill Rd., Westboro, MA, 01581. Fine Arts Committee 1,2,3,4; Crusader 2,3 (Advertising Editor); The Purple 3,4 (Business Manager). WILLIAM H. DIAMOND, JR., A.B. Physics; 236 Summer Ave., Reading, MA, 01867. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Crusader 2,3 (Photo Editor); Drummer "Birds of Fire" 2,3; Drummer "Caliban" 4. WINIFRED LEE DICKSON, A.B. Mathematics; 18 Tupelo Rd., Cohasset, MA, 02025. Photo Society 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer 2,3; Associate Director 4). MARY DOREEN DIGIACOMO, A.B. Mathematics; 33 Sherwood Rd., Dumont, NJ, 07628. Folk Group 1,2,3,4 (Co-Chairperson 3); Schola 2,3; Committee for Campus Ministry 1,2,3,4 (Chairperson 4); Mathematics SAC 3,4; Curriculum Committee 3; Academic Evaluation Handbook Committee 2,3; Intramurals 2,3,4; Pi Mu Epsilon 3,4; Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Senior Committee 4. RICHARD J. DILLON, A.B. Classics; 42 Winter St., Dorchester, MA, 02122. SUSAN MARIE DINTINO, A.B. Psychology; 17 Elliot St., Worcester, MA, 01605. SGA 1,2; SFA 1,2; Intramurals 2,3,4; Worcester House 1,2,3,4 (Social Committee Chairman 2); School Volunteer 4. MARIJANE DIODATI, A.B. Political Science; 257 Houghton St., North Adams, MA, 01247. Woman's Organization 1,2; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1,2,4; House Council 2 (Vice Chairperson); Purple Patcher 4; Pi Sigma Alpha 3,4; RA 3,4; Young Democrats 1. JOHN S. DOCTOR, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 20 Oak Ridge Way, Shrewsbury, MA, 01545. Soccer 3,4; ACT 2,3,4. KATHLEEN M. DONADO, A.B. Sociology; 83 Fisk Rd., Wayne, NJ, 07470. JOAN LOUISE DONOGHUE, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 5 Lanconia Rd., Worcester, MA, 01609. ROGER DANIEL DONOGHUE, A.B. Political Science; 51 Davis St., Holyoke, MA, 01040. SGA 2; CA 2; RA 3; HRA 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Washington Intern 3. NEIL J. DONOHOE, A.B. English; 162 Sanders Ave., Lowell, MA, 01851. Fenwick Theatre 3,4 (Director of Public Relations and Publicity 4); ACT 2,3,4 (Co-Chairperson 3); Choir 1,2; PAKS 1,2; Fenwick Theatre SAC 4. EDWARD J. DOOLEY, A.B. Biology Pre-Dental; 120 Brighton Ave., Spring Lake, NJ, 07762. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2; Intramural Tennis Instructor 3,4; CA 2; RA 3,4; Biology Society 1,2,3. DAVID F. DOUBLEDAY, A.B. English; 11 Russell St., Maiden, MA, 02148. LINDA DENISE DOW, A.B. Religious Studies — Sociology; 19 Strawberry Hill Rd., Andover, MA, 01810. Women's Organization 1,2; CCD Teacher 2,3; RA 3,4; Religious Studies SAC 2,3,4; (Chairman 3,4). ANN S. DOWD, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 183 Madison Ave., Holyoke, MA, 01040. JENNIFER DRISCOLL, A.B. Political Science; Wayside Ln., West Reading, CT, 06896. SHEILA HELEN DRISCOLL, A.B. Classics; 6 Banbury Rd., Troy, NY, 12180. Purple Key 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2; Tennis 3; SGA 2; RA 3; Crusader 4; Classics SAC 4. THOMAS J. DROMEY, A.B. Political Science; 63 Pineywoods Ave., Springfield, MA, 01108. MICHAEL C. DUBIK, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 4305 34th St., Brentwood, MD, 20722. LINDA P. DUBOIS, A.B. Mathematics; 48 High St., Westborough, MA, 01581. Worcester House 1,2,3,4; House Council 2,3,4 (Secretary 3, Treasurer 4); Intramurals 2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 2. PAUL F. DUFAULT, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 463 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA, 01609. MARK THOMAS DUHAMEL, A.B. Political Science; 245 East St., Wolcott, CT, 06716. Intramurals 1,2; JYA 3. PAUL ARTHUR DUHAMEL, A.B. French; 176 Church St., Putnam, CT, 06260. SPUD 2,3,4; Fire Dragon 1,2; Gymnastics 2,3,4; Modern Languages SAC 4; Purple Patcher 4; Intramurals 2,3,4. ROBERT J. DUNLAVEY, JR., A.B. History; 57 Fairmount St, , Lowell, MA, 01852. House Council 1; Today 2; CA 2; RA 3; HRA 4. JAMES MICHAEL DUNPHY, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 7347 Quilhollow, Cincinnati, OH, 45236. Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. DANIEL ALBERT DUQUETTE, A.B. Psychology; 40 Ingleside Ave., Worcester, MA, 01604. Track 2,3,4. DANIEL A. DWYER, A.B. Sociology; 22 Wingate Rd., East Providence, RI, 02915. ROBERT L. DWYER, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 16 Pheasant Hill Dr., Scituate, MA, 02066. RICHARD T. EARLS, A.B. Chemistry; 233 Dresser St., Southbridge, MA, 01550. KAREN MARIE EASTER, A.B. Sociology; 36 Marilyn Rd., Milton, MA, 02187. JANE EDEN, A.B. English; 14 Oran Rd., Framingham, MA, 01701. Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Tri-Captain 4) Softball 2,3,4; Crusader 2. PATRICK LIAM EGAN, A.B. Economics; 100 Ridgeway Cr., Springfield, MA, 01118. Soccer 1,2,3,4 (Captain 4); House Council 4; Economics SAC 3,4 (Chairman 4); Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CHERYL ESPER, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 31 Lanesboro Rd., Worcester, MA, 01606. Worcester House 1,2,3,4; Judicial Board 2,3; Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1; CCB of D 1,2; Lacrosse 1; Photography Society 2; Choir 3; Backpacking 3 (Co-Founder and Vice-President); Ballet 3. JOHN ANTHONY ESPER, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 44 Kingsboro Ave., Gloversville, NY, 12078. Band 1; Backpacking 1,3; Photographic Society 1; Biology Society 1,2,3,4 (Chairman 3); Ski Team 1,2; Judicial Board 2 (Chairman 2); Choir 2,3; Gymnastics 3. GAIL A. EVANGELINE, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 65 Fenwood Rd., Worcester, MA, 01604. House Council 1,2; Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Biology SAC 3,4; CCB of D, Fine Arts 2,3,4; Softball 3; RA 3. STANLEY R. EVANS, A.B. Economics; 1808 Wampum Dr., Youngston, OH, 44511. WCHC 1,2,3,4; Purple Key 1,2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; Economics SAC; Student Judicial Board 3,4. JOSEPH P. FALLON, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 179 High St., Brookline, MA, 02146. Rugby Club 1,2,3,4; Purple Patcher 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GEORGE BARTLETT FARRELL, A.B. History; 6 Strawberry Hill Rd., Andover, MA, 01810. NROTC 1,2,3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Spud 2,3,4; SGA 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MARY ANN ELIZABETH FARRELL, A.B. History; 4539 Rt. 9w Saugerties, NY, 12477. ROBERT FRANCIS XAVIER FEENEY, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 32 Concord St., Jersey City, NJ, 07306. Swimming 1,2,3,4 (Captain 4); Rugby Club 2,3,4; Purple Patcher 4; Senior Committee 4; Crusader 1; 1843 Club 2,3,4; Premanagement Society 4. GEOFFREY T. FERGUSON, A.B. History; 12 Rockland Rd., Danvers, MA, 01923. Fenwick Theatre 1,3,4; Language Corridor 1,2 (Coordinator 2); SGA 2; Cross and Scroll 3; Crusader 3,4; Yacht Club 4; Eastern European Studies Club 4; NROTC 1,2,3,4. JUANITA I. FERNANDEZ, A.B. Mathematics; 5 Vista Way, Springfield, NJ, 07081. House Council 1,2,3; College Judicial Board 4, Backpacking 4. WILLIAM G. FERRARONE, A.B. Religious Studies; 35 Wendover Rd., Springfield, MA, 01118. MARY TEVES FERREIRA, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 209 Standish Ave., Plymouth, MA, 02360. Cross and Crucible 1,2,3,4; YARC 3,4; Senior Committee 4. JOHN G. FERRUCCI, A.B. Economics; 74 Whitelawn Ave., Milton, MA, 02187. KAREN ANN FIDUCIA, A.B. Psychology; 601 Wolcott Hill Rd., Wethersfield, CT, 06109. Tennis 1,2; SPUD 2; House Council 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Volunteer Probation Officer 4. KAREN ANN FILIAULT, A.B. Mathematics; 1089 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham, MA, 01095. NROTC 1,2,3,4; Crew 1,2,3,4 (Captain 3). PATRICIA MARY FINNEGAN, A.B. History; 197 Highland St., Holden, MA, 01520. House Council 1,2; RA 3; HRA 4; Tennis 1,2,3,4 (Captain); History SAC 3,4; Purple Key 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Washington Intern 3; Phi Alpha Theta. JAMES VINCENT FIORICA, A.B. Economics Pre-Medical; 12 Church St., Jay, ME, 04239. WCHC 1; House Council 1,2; House Social Chairman 3,4; Sailing 3,4; Knights of Columbus (Trustee) 1,2,3,4. GARY A. FITZGERALD, A.B. Political Science; 102 Perry St., Central Falls, RI, 02863. Spud, Fair Share. PATRICK F. FITZGERALD, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; Everett Park Ext., New London, NH, 03257. Chess Club; Cross and Crucible; Tennis. ROSEANN FITZGERALD, A.B. English; 164 Ox Yoke Dr., Wethersfield, CT, 06109. SPUD Elderly Program 2,3; Film Committee 4; CCB of D 3,4. JAMES J. FLAHTVE, A.B. Political Science; 30 Oxford St., Springfield, MA, 01108. Lacrosse 1,2; Intramurals 1,3,4. KATHRYN D. FLEMING, A.B. Political Science; 172 Ashland Rd., Summit, NJ, 07901. SHEILA MARIE FLYNN, A.B. French; 21 Hillside Dr., Lunenburg, MA, 01462. DOROTHY FOBERT, A.B. Economics; 27 Greenbrier Rd., West Warwick, RI, 02893. SPUD Big Sister 2,3,4 (Co-Director); YARC 2,3,4 (Treasurer 4). CHARLES DANIEL FOLEY, A.B. Classics; 361 Christain St., Lowell, MA, 01850. Baseball 1; Crusader 3,4; SPUD 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PHILLIP A. FONG, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 3419 Pawaina St., Honolulu, HI, 96822. CHESTER F. FORMAN, JR., A.B. Economics — Accounting; 24 Guilford Ln., Greenwich, CT, 06830. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; RA 3,4. JERRY A. FORMISANO, JR., A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 263 Commonwealth Ave., Mt. Vernon, NY, 10552. Crew 2,3,4; Biology Society 2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 3,4. VICTOR L. FORTIN III, A.B. Economics, 14 Longview Dr., Bloomfield, CT, 06002. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT C. FOURATT, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 527 Toledo Dr., Lower Burrell, PA, 15068. STEPHEN J. FOX, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; Country Club Rd., Hopewell Jet., NY, 12533. Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; House Council; Biology Society; SGA. MICHAEL DAVID FRANCOEUR, A.B. Sociology; 52 Amherst St., Nashua, NH, 03060. Knights of Columbus 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Big Brother 2,3. MARK J. FRIGULIETTE, A.B. Political Science; c/o 7 Crawford Rd., Burlington, MA, 01803. DONALD EDMUND FROUDE, A.B. Sociology; 757 Elm St., Kearny, NJ, 07032. Crew 1; Rugby Club 2,3,4; Purple Key 2,3,4; CCD Teacher 1, YOYO 4 (Co-Chairman). MARY ELIZABETH FULLER, A.B. English; 10 Oval Ct., Bronxville, NY, 10708. Choir 1,2; CCD Teacher 3,4; Senior Committee 4. ANDREA HELEN GABRIEL, A.B. Psychology; 49 Sacramento St., Cambridge, MA, 02138. Chorus 1,2; Mid-East Studies Club 1,2; SPUD 1; School Vojunteer. ANNIE GADOMSKI, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 54 Malvern Rd., Scarsdale, NY, 10583. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Women's Organization 2; Crusader 1,2,3; SPUD 2,3,4 (Swimming Director 2, Co-Coordinator 3,4); RA 4. DAVID GARY GALISA, A.B. Mathematics; East Main St., Stockbridge, MA, 01262. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Fire Dragon 1; Mathematics SAC 2,3,4; Pi Mu Epsilon 3,4. CHARLES GALLOWAY, A.B. History; 51 Woodside Dr., Scotta, NY, 12302. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 2; House Council 3,4; Social Committee 1,2,3,4; Pub Committee; Rugby Club 2,3,4; HIE 4. MARK J. GALLOWAY, A.B. Economics; 27 Emerick Ln., Loudonville, NY, 12211. M. FRANCES GANNON, A.B. English; 163 Weston Rd., Weston, CT, 06883. Purple Key 2,3,4 (Vice-Chairperson 4); Swimming 2; House Council 3; Senior Committee 4; Commencement Committee 4. LYNN MARY GARDNER, A.B. Political Science; 231 Willow St., Manchester, NH, 03103. St. Thomas More Society 1,2,3; Purple Patcher 4. JANICE ELAINE GARITY, A.B. Mathematics; 138 Furnace Brook Pkwy., Quincy, MA, 02169. KAREN A. GAROFALO, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 3 Castillion Ct., Clifton Park, NY, 12065. Tennis 1; Biology Society 1,2,3,4 (Chairperson 4); Night Lab Committee 2,3,4; Apocalypse 1,2. KATHERINE GARRAHAN, A.B. Sociology; 18 Arch St., Framingham, MA, 01701. Crew 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; SGA 2,3; Social Affairs Committee 2,3; Sociology SAC 3,4; SPUD 2,3,4; SFA 2,3; Purple Patcher 2,3,4 (Associate Editor 3,4) RA 3,4. ANNE M. GARRITY, A.B. Economics; 40 Radcliffe Rd., Wellesley, MA, 02181. MICHAEL J. GARRITY, A.B. English; 39 Eddywood St., Springfield, MA, 01118. MOIRA CATHERINE GARVEY, A.B. Sociology; 127 Gillette Ave., Springfield, MA, 01118. GREGORY ANTHONY GASKINS, A.B. Economics; 501 Madison St. NW, Washington, DC, 20011. Basketball 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Referee 4; BSU 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer 4); Judicial Board 4. MARYELLEN GAUGHEN, A.B. Physics; 126 Heritage Ln., Weymouth, MA, 02189. Field Hockey 1,2,3; Lacrosse 1,2; Physics SAC 3,4 (Chairman); Student Judicial Board 3 (Chairman); SGA 3,4; SAFC 4; Physics Society 3,4; Crosscurrents 4; Bridge Club 4. REGINA MARY GEARY, A.B. Economics; 266 Mill Dam Ct., Centerport, NY, 11721. St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Pub Committee; House Council; Omicron Delta Epsilon. CATHLEEN D. GEDDIS, A.B. English; 116 Ashland Rd., Summit, NJ, 07901. CURTIS L. GEORGE, JR., A.B. Sociology; 3010 N Bambrey St., Philadelphia, PA, 19132. BSU 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 2); SPUD 1, Sociology SAC 3,4; Fenwick Theatre 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; RA 3. JO ANN GERARDI, A.B. Mathematics; 35 Adelaide St., Danielson, CT, 06239. Glee Club 1; House Council 4; Purple Patcher 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Education SAC 3,4. ANTHONY JOSEPH GIGLIELLO, A.B. Political Science; 31 Rice Ave., Medford, MA, 02155. Intramurals 1; Young Democrats 1; SPUD VPO 2, Washington Intern 3; Hunger Action Coalition 4. ANNA MARIA G. GIROLIMETTI, A.B. French; 99 Burrell St., Roxbury, MA, 02119. WCHC 1,2,3,4 (Community Director 3,4); Intramurals 1,2; SPUD 1, French Club 2,3; Italian Club 4; Women's Organization 3,4 (Chairperson 4). JOHN W. GLISPIN, JR., A.B. Economics; 158 Worcester St., N Grafton, MA, 01536. Worcester House 1,2,3,4; AFROTC 1,2,3,4. KAREN GNECCO, A.B. Political Science — Education; 629 Lynn Fells Pkwy., Melrose, MA, 02176. SPUD Big Sister 1,2,3,4; Washington Intern 3; Tour Guide/Speaker 2,3,4; Teacher Aide 4. WILLIAM D. GOMBATZ, A.B. Sociology; 46 Edbert Dr., New Britain, CT, 06052. ALBERTO C. GOMEZ, A.B. History; 620 SW 29th Ct., Miami, FL, 33135. Language Corridor 1,2,3 (Secretary 2); Eastern European Studies Club 1,2,3,4 (President 4); CCB of D 2,3; SGA 2; Phi Alpha Theta 3,4; Recipient of the Kavanaugh Medal 3. DAVID F. GONYNOR, JR., A.B. Mathematics; 9951 Burgess Ct, Union Lake, MI, 48045. Photographic Society 3,4; Mathematics SAC 3,4 (Chairman); Pi Mu Epsilon 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CHRISTOPHER EDWARD GOODE, A.B. Political Science; 66 Grampian Way, Dorchester, MA, 02125. Knights of Columbus 1,2; Rugby Club 3,4; SPUD 2. EILEEN GORMLEY, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 189 Faii-mount NE, Warren OH, 44483. Biology Society 1; Basketball 1,2; Judicial Board 2,3. JAMES ROBERT GRAHAM, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 5 Grant Rd., Westboro, MA, 06033. AFROTC 1,2,3,4; Crusader 1,2,3,4. MARY LOU GRAHAM, A.B. Psychology; 282 Three Mile Rd., Glastonbury, CT, 06033. Modern Dance Club 1, Senior Committee 4, Worcester Family Service Organization 3,4. TOYA ALEK GRAHAM, A.B. Political Science; 75 Meadow St., Ansonia, CT, 06401. Cross and Scroll 3,4; CCB of D 4; UNICEF 1,2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 4. KATHLEEN ELLEN HALLY, A.B. Sociology; 12 Jefferson Heights, Auburn, MA, 01501. CCB of D 4; SPUD 4. KATHLEEN MARY HARDIMAN, A.B. English; 5 Walker St., Concord, NH, 03301. The Purple 1,2,3,4 (Editor 3,4); Purple Patcher 2,3; Crusader 1,2; SGA 2. JANICE A. HARDING, A.B. French; Howland Ln., Wellfleet, MA, 02667. SCOTT ANTHONY HARRIS, A.B. History; 109 Wilton Rd., Westport, CT, 06880. Knights of Columbus (Chancellor); Phi Alpha Theta 3,4 (Secretary, Treasurer); Crosscurrents 3,4; Students For Life 3,4; Blood Drive 2,3,4; SGA 3,4; Hunger Action Coalition 2; Eastern European Studies Club 3,4; Senior Committee. DAVID R. HARRISON, A.B. Mathematics; 234 Mayflower Dr., Manchester, NH, 03104. Crusader; SGA; 1843; House Council; Foster Parents; Admissions; Pi Mu Epsilon; Intramurals. KATHLEEN ANN HARRISON, A.B. English Pre-Medical; 127 Alger St., Adams, MA, 01220. Big Sister 2; SGA 3,4; Apocalypse 3 (Manager); Crusader 4; WCHC 4; Senior Committee. EDWARD B. HASKINS, A.B. History; 228 Seminole Ln., Franklin Lakes, NJ, 07417. JOHN J. HAVENS, JR., A.B. Political Science; 39 Claybar Dr., West Hartford, CT, 06117. ANNE MARIE HAWTHORNE, A.B. Economics; 92 Greenwood St., Worcester, MA, 01607. DEBORAH M. HAYDEN, A.B. History; 2 Tanglewood Dr., Shrewsbury, MA, 01545. TIMOTHY J. HAYES, A.B. Economics; 39 Pine Tree PL, Tequesta, FL, 33458. LEE P. HEFFERNAN, A.B. Psychology; 13 Harris Dr., Southboro, MA, 01772. Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3. MARCIA ELIZABETH HENNELLY, A.B. History; 53 Chestnut St., N. Andover, MA, 01845. Tennis 1,2,3,4; Purple Key Society 1,2,3,4; Phi Alpha Theta 3,4; Ad Hoc Committee on Curriculum 1,2; Washington Intern 3. WILLIAM L. HENNRIKUS, JR., A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 13 Hemlock Ln., Bedford, MA, 01730. EDWARD K. HERES, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 33 Mandon Dr., Wayne, NJ, 07470. Crusader 1,2,3; CCB of D 1,2,3,4 (Board of Directors 3,4); RA 4; WCHC 1; Purple Key Big Brother 2,3,4. KERRY ANN HERLIHY, A.B. English; 19 Hawthorne Ave., Arlington MA, 02174. SPUD 1,2; CCB Teacher 3,4; Purple Key 3,4; Senior Committee, House Council 2, Intramurals 2,4. HOLLY A. HERMAN, A.B. French; 129 Webb St., Weymouth, MA, 02188. PATRICIA ANN HIGGINS, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 8014 S Campbell Ave., Chicago, IL, 60652. ACT 3,4; Blood Drive 3,4; CCB of D 1; Cross and Crucible 1,2,3,4 (Co-Chairman) Fencing 1, Le Cercle Francais 1,2; Senior Committee 4, Today 1. MICHAEL J. HILL, A.B. Political Science; 46 Burgevin St., Kingston, NY, 12401. ROBERT NORMAN HINCKLEY, JR., A.B. Mathematics; 31 Cypress St., Framingham, MA, 01701. Intramurals 2,3,4; WCHC 3,4; SPUD 3,4. BRIAN T. HINES, A.B. Economics; 12 Ledgeway, Cohasset, MA, 02025. WILLIAM F. HOFFMANN, JR., A.B. Classics; 111 Tree Farm Rd., Pittsburgh, PA, 15238. Crusader 1,2,3,4; Admissions 1,2,3,4; SGA 3,4; SAFC 3,4; Apocalypse 1. MARY ELLEN HOGGER, A.B. Political Science; 160 Scharer Ave., Northvale, NJ, 07647. JAMES F. HOLLAND, II, A.B. Economics - Accounting; 19 Pine Ave., Takoma Park, MD, 20012. Crew 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL T. HOLMES, A.B. Political Science; 2452 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11226. BSU 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Kung Fu Club 2; Admissions Committee 2; SGA 2,3,4; Martial Arts Society 3; Photographic Society 3,4; WCHC 3,4; RA 4. DIANE THERESE HOLOWESKO, A.B. Spanish; P.O. Box N-4406, Nassau, Bahamas. CCB of D 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Glee Club 1; Swimming 1; ACT 2,4; Softball 3,4; Intramurals 3; Purple Patcher 4; Commencement Committee 4. THOMAS O. HOOVER, A.B. Philosophy; 89 Litchfield Ln., Houston, TX, 77024. JOHN ANTHONY HOPPER, A.B. Psychology; 84 Londonderry Dr., Greenwich, CT, 06830. Glee Club 1; Paks 1,2; CCB of D (Co-Chairman Special Events) Purple Key 3; Psychology SAC 3,4; SPUD Big Brother 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; RA 3. JOSEPH MICHAEL HORAN, JR., A.B. Biology Pre-Dental; 80 Mulberry St., Worcester, MA, 01605. Football 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM FRANCIS HORGAN, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 21 Anthony Rd., Tewksbury, MA, 01876. Biology Society 1,2,3,4. JOHN ABBOTT HOULIHAN, A.B. History; Highland Ave. Ext., Claremont, NH, 03743. Intramurals 2,3,4; SGA 4; College Judicial Board 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3,4; Lector 4. RICHARD FRANCIS HOUSTON, A.B. History; 32 Upland St., Auburn, MA, 01501. Soccer 1; Cross Country 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Track 1,2,3,4; Phi Alpha Theta Kappa Omega Chapter 3,4. JANIS HOWARD, A.B. Sociology; 10 Rose Ln., Stoneham, MA, 02180. Glee Club 1; SPUD 2,3; Volleyball 2,3,4; Track 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Big Sister 2; Breakfast Club 4. STEPHEN J. HUNT, A.B. Sociology; 169 New Estate Rd., Littleton, MA, 01460. PAUL L. INTROCASSO, A.B. English; 3 Juanna Ct., Deal Park, NJ, 07723. THERESA MARIE IPPOLITO, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 59 Huff Terrace, Montvale, NJ, 07645. Intramurals 1; Bowling 2; Pre-Management Society 2,3. SUSAN CAROL ISAAK, A.B. English; 8 Hill Haven Rd., Manchester, NH, 03104. Crusader 3,4 (Copy Editor). CHRISTOPHER RICHARD ISSA, A.B. Economics; 9-21 Princess St., Box 147, Kingston, Jamaica, WI. SGA 2,3; Chess Club 2,3; Middle East Studies Club 2; BJF Debating 3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Knights of Columbus 4. MICHAEL J. JANK, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 7742 S Massasoit, Burbank, IL, 60459. RICHARD P. JASINSKI, A.B. Economics; 793 Sheridan, Chicopee, MA, 01020. BRODERICK D. JOHNSON, A.B. Philosophy; 3411 Aurora Ln., Apt. G., Baltimore, MD, 21207. RSU 1,2,3,4; BSU 1,2,3,4; WCHC 3; ACT 1; Choir 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CATHERINE ELLEN JOHNSON, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 17 Old Farm Rd., Dover, MA, 02030. SPUD Big Sister 1,2,3,4; RA 4. DAVID ROGER JOSEPH JOHNSON, A.B. Psychology; 1534 W Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia, PA. Cross and Scroll 2,3,4 (Vice-Chairman 2, FSC Chairman 3, Chairman 4); RA 3; HRA 4; SGA 2,3,4; SPPC 4; Social Affairs Committee 4; House Council 2; Martial Arts 2,3 (Treasurer, Vice-Chairperson); 1843 Club 3; Big Brother 2; BSU 3,4. EDITH K. JOYCE, A.B. Fine Arts; Main St., Box 151, Bolton, MA, 01740. PETER A. KAIN, A.B. Political Science; 57 Lincoln House, Swampscott, MA, 01907. DANIEL JOHN KALINSKI, A.B. History; Garrison Dr., Bedford, NH, 03102. SPUD Volunteer Probation Officer 1,2,3,4; House Council 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; CCD 1; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1,2,3,4; Commencement Committee 4. GEMMA KALLAUGHER, A.B. English; 9 Skytop Dr., E Norwalk, CT, 06855. Apocalypse 1; Crusader 1,2; House Council 1; ACT 1,2; JYA 3; RA 4; Modern Dance. ANN C. KANE, A.B. Psychology; 164 Atlantic St., N Quincy, MA, 02171. SPUD 1,2; Women's Organization 1,2; PSI CHI 3,4. KENNETH FRANCIS KATES, A.B. Mathematics; 90 Bruce Rd., Norwood, MA, 02062. Baseball 1,2,3,4; RA 4; House Council 3; SPUD 2,3,4; SGA 4. EILEEN M. KEAVNEY, A.B. Psychology; 30 Dry Hill Rd., Norwalk, CT, 06851. JANET ELIZABETH KELEHER, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 50 Orchard St. , East Hartford, CT, 06108. Cross and Scroll 3,4 (Treasurer 4); Worcester School Tutor 1,3; CCB of D 4; Choir 1; Crusader 4; Appalachia 3; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1,4. GEORGE JOSEPH KELLER, A.B. Classics; The Stanbridge, Apt. 401, Lansdale, PA, 19446. SPUD 2,3,4; Classics SAC 3,4; Coordinator Classics Classics Day 3. DANIEL XAVIER KELLEY, A.B. Psychology; East Fumbuc, Wyoming. Ski Team 1,2,3; Photographic Society 2,3,4; Crusader 4; Lacrosse 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2. THOMAS W. KELLNER, A.B. Economics; 8 Thackeray Dr., Roseland, NJ, 07068. Intramurals 1,2,3; WCHC 1,2; Table Tennis Team 4; Sailing 1,2,3,4; CCB of D 3,4; House Council 1,2; Music SAC 4, Cross Country 2,3. MAIDA LOIS KELLY, A.B. Classics; 215 Sylvia St., Arlington, MA, 02174. Intramurals 2,3,4; Classics Club 1,2,3,4; Purple Key 3,4; CCD Teacher 3,4. MARTHA J. KELLY, A.B. Chemistry; 10 Heritage Rd., East Lyme, CT, 06333. PATRICK M. KELLY, A.B. History; 9508 Culver St., Kensington, MD, 20795. MICHAEL JOSEPH KEMP, A.B. Political Science; 504 Rogers Ave., W Springfield, MA, 01089. Intramurals 1,2,3. JOHN KENNEDY, A.B. Political Science; 75 Pineywoods Ave., Springfield, MA, 01108. Lacrosse 2; Rugby Club 3,4. ROY A. KENNEDY, JR., A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 7 Walnut Ave., Natick, MA, 01760. PATRICIA ALICE KERESEY, A.B. Mathematics; 109 Temple St., Gardner, MA, 01440. Crusader 1,2; Mathematics SAC 3,4; Cross Country 4; Backpacking 3,4. CONSTANCE K. KICKHAM, A.B. English; 510 Newton St., Chestnut Hill, MA, 02167. Purple Key Big Sister 2; SPUD 1,2,3,4 (Co-Director 2,3, Co-Director of Big Sisters 1,2, Westboro State Volunteers 2,3); SGA 3; Pom-Pom Squad 3; RA 4. DENISE A. KILDUFF, A.B. English; 39 Hubbell Ave., Ansonia, CT, 06401. MICHAEL J. KINNEY, A.B. Political Science; 60 Fort Sumpter Dr., Holden, MA, 01520. KATHLEEN MARIE KIRBY, A.B. Psychology; 38 Elm St., Westerly, RI, 02891. CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM KOENIG, A.B. English; 1642 Red Mill Dr., Pittsburgh, PA, 15241. Hockey 1,2; Drill Team 1; Pistol Team 1,2,3; Semper Fidelis Society 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Students For Life 3,4. DAVID J. KORIS, A.B. Chemistry; 14 Grove Rd., Northwood, Middlesex, England. Photographic Society 1; Cross and Crucible 1,4; Fencing 2,3; Aeronautics Club 3,4 (President 3). MARY SUSAN KRANSTOVER, A.B. Fine Arts — Art History; 220 W Fox Dale Rd., Milwaukee, WI, 53217. EUGENE G. KREDATUS, A.B. Political Science; 56 MacArthur Dr., Clifton, NJ, 07013. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1,2,3,4; House Council 1,3,4; Intramural Softball League Commissioner. STEVEN M. KUDUK, A.B. Mathematics; 430 Sandy's Rd., Forest Lakes, Andover, NJ, 07821. Knights of Columbus 2,3,4; Crusader 1,2,3,4 (Assistant Sports Editor 3,4); Crossroads 2,3,4 (Sports Editor); Basketball Statistician 1,2,3,4. BETH L. KUHNLEIN, A.B. German — Fine Arts; 1117 Yorkshire, Grosse Pointe, MI, 48230. JOANN PATRICIA KULICK, A.B. Psychology; 139 Wilson St., Brockton, MA, 02401. Cross and Scroll 2,3,4 (Vice-Chairman 4); Pre-Management Society 2,3,4 (Treasurer 4); SPUD 2; Crew 2,3; Women's Organization 3,4; SGA 4. ROBERT GREGG LADLEY, A.B. Political Science; 210 Sunridge Rd., Pittsburgh, PA, 15238. Purple Patcher 3,4 (Sports Editor 4); Student Judicial Board 3; House Social Committee 3; Lacrosse 2; Intramurals 2,3,4. ANDREA J. LAINE, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 931 Pleasant St., Worcester, MA, 01602. Pre-Management Society 3,4; Women's Organization 2,3,4; Senior Committee 4; Purple Patcher 4; Intramurals 2,3,4. MARY B. LANCASTER, A.B. Psychology; 111 West St., Portland, ME, 01402. JAMES F. LANDERGAN, A.B. History; 17 Currier Rd., Lynn, MA, 01902. LOUISE R. LANDRY, A.B. English; 13 Arcadia Ave., Lewiston, ME, 04204. DOUGLAS B. LANOUE, A.B. History; 113 Constitution St., Bristol, RI, 02809. ROSE LAPADULA, A.B. History; 8 Dorset Ln., S. Huntington, NY, 11746. JYA 3. KATHERINE ANN LAPIERRE, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 35 Lincolnshire Dr., Bradford, MA, 01830. Biology SAC 2,3,4 (Co-Chairman 4); SGA 2,3; Curriculum Committee 2,3; Biology Society 1,2,3,4. DONNAMARIE LARIEVY, A.B. Sociology; 410 Mower St., Worcester, MA, 01602. TIMOTHY LARKIN, A.B. Political Science Pre-Medical; 22 Hotel Dr., White Plains NY, 10605. Lacrosse 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain 4); Bartholemew Assoc. 1,2,3,4; House Council. DEBORAH JOAN LARSEN, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 153 Waverly St., Arlington, MA, 02174. Sailing 1,2,3; Cross and Crucible 1,2,3,4; Blood Drive 1,2,3,4; CCB of D 1,2,3,4 (Chairman of Recreation 4); Committee of Campus Ministry 1,2. ROBERT B. LATOUSEK, A.B. Classics; 738 Timberline Dr., Glenview, IL, 60025. PAMELA JOAN LAWLOR, A.B. Economics; 44 Baneberry Ln., Wethersfield, CT, 06109. Intramurals; Pre-Management Society. JANE T. LAWRENCE, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 135 Windham Rd., Hyde Park, MA, 02136. KATHERINE HONORA LEARY, A.B. Economics; 9 Ridgeway Cr., Springfield, MA, 01118. SPUD Big Sister 2,3,4; House Council 3; Admissions 3; Purple Patcher 4 (Business Manager). JOSEPH THOMAS LEBLANC, A.B. English, 30 Hoyt Rd., Bradford, MA, 01830. ACT 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3. REINHOLD H. LEHBERGER, A.B. Political Science; 41 Cunningham St., Springfield, MA, 01107. Swimming 1,2,3,4; Chess Club; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4. HEIDI A. LEWIS, A.B. Physics; 4 Mountain Ave., East Providence, RI, 02915. Basketball 1,2,3,4; Physics SAC 2,3,4; Liturgical Committee 2,3,4; Film Committee 3; SGA 3; Physics Society 3,4 (President); WCHC 3,4; Ping Pong Club 4; Bridge Club 4. JOHN HENRY LINDON, A.B. English Pre-Medical; 95 Muirfield Rd., Rockville Centre, NY, 11570. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; CA 2; RA 3; AHRA 4. DEBORAH G. LOOMIS, A.B. Psychology; 233 Ellington #220, East Hartford, CT, 06018. CATHERINE LEE BACON LOONEY, A.B. Sociology; Main St., Fiskdale, MA, 01518. SPUD 3. ARNOLD LOTRING, JR., A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 51 Greene Ave., Norwich, CT, 06360. ROBIN B. LOUGHLIN, A.B. English; 10 Moore Ave., Worcester, MA, 01602. STEPHEN A. LOVELETTE, A.B. Economics — History; 119 Higgens Crowell Rd., W Yarmouth, MA, 02673. Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; CCB of D 4; Orchestra 3,4; ACT 3,4. MARC LOZEAU, A.B. Psychology — Sociology; 59 Crestwood Dr., Northboro, MA, 01532. Crew 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3. MELISSA ANN LUCERI, A.B. Economics; 8 Suncrest Rd., Andover, MA, 01810. Women's Organization 1,2; CCB Teacher 2,3; CCB of D 3,4 (Public Relations Chairman); RA 4. LINDA LUKE, A.B. Sociology; 11 Caltha Rd., Brighton, MA, 02135. Intramurals; Admissions; House Council; Alpha Kappa Delta (Co-Chairman). NANCY ANNE LUSIGNAN, A.B. English — French; 78 Gamwell Ave., Pittsfield, MA, 01201. PAUL FRANCIS LYNCH, A.B. History; 37 Whiting Rd., Wellesley, MA, 02187. THOMAS JOSEPH LYNCH, A.B. English; 26 Hobart Rd., Wellesley, MA, 02181. Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Crusader 1,2; WCHC 2,3,4; English SAC. JOHN LOYE LYONS, A.B. Economics; 5 Rennie Dr., Andover MA, 01810. Crew 1; Ski Team 1,2 (Captain 2); Intramurals 3,4; SPUD Big Brother 4; House Council 3. KEVIN WILLIAMS LYONS, A.B. History; 7 Green Glenn, LeGrande Ave., Greenwich, CT, 06830. Knights of Columbus 3,4; Hunger Action Coalition 3; WCHC 3,4. STEPHEN P. LYPINSKI, A.B. Economics; 428 Fourth St., Palisades Park, NJ 07650. Crusader 1,2,3,4; Crosscurrents 4; Pre-Management Society 3,4; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT ANTHONY LYSS, A.B. Chemistry; 199 Jubilee St., New Britain, CT, 06051. Paul L. Moran Society 2,3 (President); Cross and Crucible 2,3,4 (Chairman-Entertainment); WCHC 3,4; Chemistry Magic Show 3,4 (Co-Chairman). RAYMOND R. MACARY, A.B. Political Science; 82 Charlevoux St., Waterbury, CT, 06706. BRUCE EDWARD MACDONALD, A.B. English; 37 Sandalwood Ln., Scotia, NY, 12302. PATRICIA MACDOUGALL, A.B. History; 163 Essex St., Melrose, MA, 02176. JOHN F. MACEK, JR., A.B. Economics; 95 N Bend Dr., Manchester, NH, 03104. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Pre-Management Society 3,4. KATHERINE ANN MACLELLAN, A.B. History; 1177 Main St., Tewksbury, MA, 01876. Big Sister 2; Track 1,2,3. MAUREEN MAHER, A.B. Political Science; 2311 Cedar Swamp Rd., Brookville, NY, 11545. SPUD 1,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 2,3,4; Cross and Scroll Society 2,3,4; Purple Patcher 3,4. ELAINE MAHONEY, A.B. English; 90 Mallard Way, Waltham, MA, 02154. CCD Teacher 1,2,3,4; CCB of D 1,2,3,4; SPUD Elderly Program 2,3,4; (Co-Director 4); SPUD 3; WCHC 4; Committee for Campus Ministry 3,4. MICHAEL J. MAHONEY, A.B. Political Science; 54 Cole St., Kingston, MA, 02368. Cross Country 1,2,3,4; WCHC 3,4; Athletic Council 3; SGA 3; Track 1,2,3,4 (Captain 4). MICHELE MARIE MAHONEY, A.B. Psychology; 146 Academy St., Braintree, MA, 02184. House Council 1; RA 3; AHRA 4. DIANE MAJCHER, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 4 Rolling Knolls Dr., Middletown, NJ, 07748. Hunger Action Coalition 2,3; Women's Organization 2; Intramurals 2,3,4; School Volunteers of Worcester 3,4; Senior Committee 4. MARYBETH MAJKA, A.B. Political Science; 1291 Greenbrier Ln., North Tonawanda, NY, 14120. Volleyball 1; IHC 1; JYA 3; Senior Week 4. ANTONIETTA C. MALDARI, A.B. Psychology; 54 St, Asaph St., Leominster, MA, 01453. House Council 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Psi Chi 3,4; Spring Weekend Committee 1. MARY B. MALLOY, A.B. Economics; 409 Forest St., Marshfield, MA, 02050. Purple Key 1,2,3,4; Parent's Weekend 2,3,4; House Council 2; SGA 2,4; SPPC 4; RA 3; HRA 4; Basketball 1; Commencement Committee 3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4. KATHLEEN M. MALONEY, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 185 Lockland Ave., Framingham, MA, 01701. JOSEPH MANN, A.B. English; Rt. 3 Bx. 1795, Odessa FL, 33556. Purple Patcher 4 (Literary Editor). STEPHEN V. MANNING, A.B. Political Science; Hucklebury Ln., East Hampton, CT, 06424. JEFFREY EVAN MARKUNAS, A.B. English; 87 Newell Hill Rd., Sterling Jet., MA, 01565. Admission Tour Guide 1; Today 2; Kimball Student Corrdinator 3,4. STEPHEN J. MARQUIS, A.B. Political Science Pre-Medical; 2 Miami St., Nashua, NH, 03060. Committee for Campus Ministry 4 (Director of Servers); Liturgical Committee 1,2,3; Senior Committee 4; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 4; Shriver For President Committee 2; Worcester Schools Volunteer 2; Young Democrats 1; Eastern European Studies Club 1. JOANNE MARTIN, A.B. Economics; 19 Kent Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, 10706. SPUD 1,2; Tennis 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Women's Organization 4; Washington Intern 3; Epsilon Omicron 3,4. ROBERT RAYMOND MARTIN, A.B. Sociology; 17 Joan St., Wilbraham, MA, 01095. Football 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; House Council 4 (Chairman); Intramural Basketball Coordinator 4; Intramurals 3,4; Basketball Usher 4 (Head); Voluntary Probation Officer 4. DIANE MARIE MASTRANDREA, A.B. Psychology; 9 Proctor Dr., W. Hartford, CT, 06117. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,4. MICHAEL MCALLISTER, A.B. Economics- Accounting; 77 West St., Hyde Park, MA, 02136. CAROL ANNE MCCLOSKEY, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 42 Sheep Hill Dr., W. Hartford, CT, 06117. Intramural 1,2,3,4; Cross and Crucible 1,2,3,4. IRENE M. MCCORMACK, A.B. English; 7646 Cmto. Coromndl, La Jolla, CA, 92037. PHIPIP A. MCDERMOTT III, A.B. French; 29 Ripplewood Dr., Upper Saddle River, NJ, 07458. Crusader 1; Worcester School Volunteer 4; JYA 3; Language Hall 1,2; Phi Sigma Iota; English Social Club of Worcester 4; DIMSHRSD Majong Club 4. MICHAEL W. MCDONNELL, A.B. Economics; 615 Wildwood Rd. W, Northvale NJ, 07647. KEVIN JOHN MCELLIN, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 21 High Rock Cir., Waltham, MA, 02154. Purple Patcher 3,4 (Layout Editor 4); Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Social Committee Chairman 3; Hockey 1,2. SHEILA ANN MCENTEE, A.B. English; 8 Barnacle Rd., Yarmouth Port, MA, 02675. Crusader 1,2,3,4 (Research Editor 2,3); SPUD 3; Liturgical Committee 2,3; RA 3; AHRA 4; SGA 2. M. SEAN MCGILLICUDDY, A.B. English; Hilltop PL, Rye, NY, 10580. DAVID HADFIELD MCGINNES, A.B. Sociology; 11 Larchwood Dr., Cumberland, RI, 02864. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; SPUD 4 (Family History Program); Knights of Columbus 2; Table Tennis Club 4. THOMAS J. MCGOVERN, A.B. Economics-Accounting; 774 Schirra Dr., Oradell, NJ, 07649. Gold 3,4 (Captain); ROTC 1,2; Pre-Management Society 3,4; Military Ball Committee 1,2. MARY SUSAN MCGRANAHAN, A.B. English; 642 Hall St., Manchester, NH, 03104. Purple Patcher; House Council; Intramurals; Softball. KATHLEEN ANN MCGRIMLEY, A.B. Psychology; Robbins RD., Milton, MA, 02187. YOYO, Volleyball 1,2,3,4 (Captain 4); Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JO-ANN MARIE MCGURK, A.B. Economics; 23 Bedell Ave., Hemstead, NY, 11550. Swimming 2,3,4; Crew 1,2; Purple Patcher 4; Pre-Management Society. SUSAN MCILVEEN, A.B. Fine Arts — Religious Studies; 36A Swallow Cave Rd., Nahant, MA, 01908. ANN ELIZABETH MCKENZIE, A.B. English; 33 Grafton Ave., Milton, MA, 02186. SFA 1,2; SGA 2; RA 3,4; Social Affairs Committee 2. CATHERINE M. MCKEON, A.B. Biology — History Pre-Medical; 15 Churchill Rd., Chelmsford, MA, 01824. SPUD 2,3,4; Track 3. DAVID O. MCKINLEY, A.B. English; 34 Timber Hill Rd., Cromwell, CT, 06416. EDWIN J. MCLAUGHLIN, JR., A.B. History; 21 Heritage Dr., Middletown, NJ, 07748. Crew 1,2,3,4; History SAC 4; YOYO 4 (Chairman). KAREN MARIE MCLAUGHLIN, A.B. Economics-Accounting; 24 Hawes St., Wrentham, MA, 02093. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Purple Key Big Sister 1,2,3; CCB of D 2,3,4 (Treasurer 3,4, Pub Treasurer 2,3); Pre-Management Society 4. JAMES PATRICK MCLOUGHLIN, JR., A.B. Political Science; 2232 Polk Ave., N. Brunswick, NJ, 08902. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Hanify Committee 3,4; Crusader 3,4; BJF Debating 3,4. JOSEPH P. MCMANUS, A.B. Economics-Accounting; 16 Neal St., Walpole, MA, 02081. JAMES A. MCNAIR, A.B. Political Science; 15 Kenilworth St., Roxbury, MA, 02119. MARY R. MCNALLY, A.B. Political Science; Windway, Garrison, NY, 10524. Fenwick Theatre 2,3,4; ACT 1; Today 1,2; Theatre Arts SAC 3,4. JAMES PATRICK MCNAMARA, A.B. Chemistry; 219 Madison St., Fitchburg, MA, 01420. Kung Fu Club 1; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4; Cross and Crucible 4. NOREEN A. MCNAMARA, A.B. Sociology; 28 Stearns Lane, Sudbury, MA, 01776. WCHC 1; ACT 1,2; Crusader 1; Fenwick Theatre 2,3; CCB of D 2; Women's Organization 2,3; SPUD 2; Ballet 2; Theatre Arts SAC 3; Track 4. KATHLEEN GAIL MEADE, A.B. Russian; 116 Mt. Vernon Rd. W, E Weymouth, MA, 02189. Eastern European Studies Club 1,2,3; Tutoring 4; CCD Teacher 4; Russian Club 4. MICHAEL MEDUSKI, A.B. Philosophy; 11 Lorna Dr., Auburn, MA, 01501. Crew 2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2. JAMES MARK MEEHAN, A.B. Economics-Accounting; 24 St. Elizabeth St., Bristol, RI, 02809. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Pre-Management Society 3,4; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; House Council 1; SGA 4; Senior Committee 4. TIMOTHY J. MEEHAN, A.B. Economics; 51 South St., Goshen, NY, 10924. ARNALDO MELENDEZ, A.B. Political Science; 565 Central Park Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11207. ACT 3,4; Fenwick Theatre 4. MARC STEVEN MENDONCA, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 59 Oxford St., Fall River, MA, 02721. ACT 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics Club 1,2; House Council 1; Biology Society 2,3,4; Today 1. JOSEPH A. MENNA, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Dental; 38 Ellington Dr., E Northport, NY, 11731. JANICE PATRICIA MERZ, A.B. History; 69 Pierce St., Greenfield, MA, 01301. St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1,2; CCB of D 2,3,4 (Chairman Outings Committee 4); SGA 4; RA 4; Cross and Scroll 3,4. JOSEPH CHARLES MESSANA, JR., A.B. Economics- Accounting; 257 Housatonic St., Lenox, MA, 01240. SGA 2,3 (auditor); Knights of Columbus 2,3,4; (Treasurer and Advocate); Intramurals 1,2,3,4. HERBERT JOHN MIHALIK, A.B. History; 125 S Lebanon Rd., Loveland, OH, 45140. Football 1,2,3,4. MARY ANN MIKULICH, A.B. Political Science-Fine Arts; 2566 Lake Lansing Rd., E Lansing, MI, 48823. JAN PETER MITCHELL, A.B. Political Science; 2209 Mark Ct, Silver Spring, MD, 20910. Basketball 1. LUKE D. MITOLA, A.B. Mathematics; 31 Conway St., Worcester, MA, 01607. ROBERT MITTELHOLZER, A.B. History; 1050 Wildwood Rd., Oradell, NJ, 07649. DONNA ANN MOFFAT, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 48 Mirimichi St., Plainville, MA, 02762. SPUD Big Sister 1,2,3,4; Hunger Action Coalition 1,2,3,4; YARC 3,4; SGA 2,3; Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Purple Patcher 4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Admissions Tour Guide 2,3; YOYO 4; Lab Assistant 3,4. JAMES M. MONAHAN, A.B. Economics; 14 Walnut PL, Newton, MA, 02161. Baseball 1,2; Social Committee 3,4; Rugby Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROSEMARY B. MONGAN, A.B. Psychology; 6 Calgary Rd., Newark, DE, 19711. Basketball 1,2; Choir 1,2,3; RA 3,4. ADRIAN J. MOODY, A.B. Political Science; 3301 Perm St., Philadelphia, PA, 19129. TIMOTHY C. MOORE, A.B. English; 6 Pamela Dr., Monroe, CT, 06468. Hunger Action Coalition 1,2 (Chairperson). PAUL F. MORAGHAN, A.B. History; 1 Cedar Knoll Dr., New Milford, CT, 06776. WCHC 1,2,3,4; Student Activities Committee 4; Organizational Affairs Committee 4. MICHAEL SMITH MORRIS, A.B. History; 256 E Caracas Ave., Hershey, PA., 17033. Chess Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3; Tennis 3,4; CCB of D 3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 4. TIMOTHY JOSEPH MORTENSON, A.B. Psychology; 165 Wildwood Ave., Upper Montclair, NJ, 07043. Crusader 1; ACT 2,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4 (Co-Captain 4); Senior Committee 4; Yacht Club 4; Pre-Management Society 3,4. ROBERT H. MORTON, A.B. Sociology; 43 Vassall St., Quincy, MA, 02170. PETER J. MULHERN, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 289 Starin Ave., Buffalo, NY, 14216. ANDREW J. MUNCH, JR., A.B. History; 3 Saywood Ln., Stony Brook, NY, 11790. MICHAEL K.F. MUNDTH, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 41 Casale Dr. S, Warren NJ, 07060. GERALD R. MUNLEY, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 497 Madison Ave., Bridgeport, CT, 06604. Appalachia 2,3,4; Low Technology Group 2,3; Hunger Action Coalition 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Committee for Campus Ministry 4. MICHAEL JOHN MUNNS, A.B. Political Science; 127-08 Cronston Ave., Belle Harbor, NY, 11694. LAURENCE THOMAS MURI, A.B. Political Science; 15 Innis Ln., Old Greenwich, CT, 06870. CCB of D 1,2,3,4 (Chairperson Special Events 4); Student Activities Committee 4; SGA 2,3,4; Crew 1,2,3,4; Voluntary Probation Officer 4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 3,4; Commencement Committee 4 (Chairperson); House Council 3; Social Committee 1,2; Senior Committee 4; Cross Currents 4. CHARLES FRANCIS MURPHY, A.B. Political Science; 14 Chestnut St., Garden City, NY, 11530. Swimming 3,4; 1843 Club 3,4; RA 3,4; SGA 4; Senior Committee 4; House Council 3; DOW Club 4. CHRISTINE A. MURPHY, A.B. English; 196 Highview Ave., Somerset, MA, 02726. Crusader 1,2; Young Democrats 1; SGA 2; ACT 1,2,3; Choir 2,3,4; The Purple 3,4; Public Affairs 3. EILEEN P. MURPHY, A.B. Economics; 162 Euclid Ave., Massapequa, NY, 11758. Purple Key 3,4 (Parent's Weekend Co-Chairman 4); Pre-Management Society 3,4; House Council 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Senior Committee 4. JAMES BURKE MURPHY, A.B. Economics- Accounting; 30 Bunker Hill Pkwy., W Boylston, MA, 01583. Hockey 1,2,3,4. MAUREEN J. MURPHY, A.B. Economics; 162 Euclid Ave., Massepequa, NY, 11758. Purple Key 2,3,4 (Spring Ball Co-Chairman); SGA 3,4; Pre-Management Society; Senior Committee Chairman 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. RICHARD WILLIAM MURPHY, A.B. Economics; 28 Parrott St., S Portland, ME, 04106. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; WCHC 4; Purple Key 1,2. ROBERT F. MURPHY, A.B. English Pre-Medical; 7 City View St., Worcester, MA, 01610. STEPHEN MURPHY, A.B. Economics; 14 Thurston Ln., Needham, MA, 02192. ELLEN M. MURRAY, A.B. English; 8 Rustic Rd. Boston, MA, 02132. MADELINE ANN MURRAY, A.B. Religious Studies; 193 Kinderkamack Rd., River Edge, NJ, 07661. Big Sister 1,2,3,4 (Co-Director 2,3); SPUD (Co-Director 3,4); SGA 4; Religious Studies SAC 2,3,4; Pom-Pom Squad 3; South Worcester Recreation Program 1; Hunger Action Coalition 2,3; Liturgical Committee 1. MARK T. MURRAY, A.B. English; 12 Nantucket Rd., Wellesley, MA, 02181. Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Purple Key 3,4; WCHC 3,4. IRENE MARIE MURTAGH, A.B. Russian-Spanish; 16 Chassyl Rd., Commack, NY, 11725. Modern Lanaguage SAC 3,4 (Chairperson 4); Cross and Scroll 2,3; Eastern European Studies Club 1,2,3. MICHAEL PETER MYERS, A.B. Economics; 25 Wilson St., Revere, MA, 02151. PATRICK B. NAGLE, A.B. History; 626 Hastings Rd., Towson, MD, 21204. MARY M. NERBONNE, A.B. Philosophy; 42 Brook Ter., Weymouth, MA, 02188. THOMAS EDWARD NOACK, A.B. Physics; 243 Rankin Ave., Providence, RI, 02908. Swimming 1,2,3,4 (Captain); House Council 1,2; Physics Society 4; 1843 Club 2,3,4; Rugby Club 3; WCHC 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PETER M. NOLIN, A.B. English; 2 Douglas Dr. Norwalk, CT, 06850. DAVID W. O'BRIEN, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 225 Middle Rd., E Greenwich, RI, 02818. JAMES SEAN O'BRIEN, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 129 Ellsworth Blvd., Kensington, CT, 06037. Crew 2,3,4; Ski Club 2. KATHLEEN O'CONNELL, A.B. Chemistry; 49 Glover Ave., N Quincy, MA, 02171. CHARLES S. O'CONNOR, A.B. Economics; 435 Wianno Ave., Osterville, MA, 02065. ELIZABETH ANNE O'CONNOR, A.B. Economics; 336 Ocean Dr. W, Stamford, CT, 06902. SEAN O'CONNOR, A.B. English; 3764 S Mass. Ave., Milwaukee, WI, 53220. Secretary of Overseas Students Organization 2; CCB of D 3,4 (Chairperson Fine Arts 4); SGA 3,4; Modern Dance 3,4; Fencing 3; SAFC 3,4. JOHN J. O'CONNOR III, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 26 Joe English Ln., Manchester, NH, 03105. Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Crusader 1,2,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MARK CHRISTIAN O'CONNOR, A.B. History; 3764 S Mass. Ave., Milwaukee, WI, 53220. Crusader 1; Martial Arts Club 2,3,4 (Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4); CCD Teacher 4; Fencing 4; Knights of Columbus 4; Phi Alpha Theta 4. SUSAN ANN O'CONNOR, A.B. English; 95 Orchard St., Adams, MA, 01220. COLLEEN ANN O'KEEFE, A.B. Economics; 40 Glen Hollow, W Hartford, CT, 06117. Intramurals 2,3,4; Pre-Management Society 4; House Council 3. NOREEN O'LAUGHLIN, A.B. English; 265 Carnation Ave., Floral Park, NY, 11001. Crew 2,3,4; Purple Patcher 4; Senior Committee 4. MICHAEL P. O'MALLEY, A.B. Economics; 331 Town Line Rd., E Northport, NY, 11731. Football 1,2; Rugby 2,3,4. JOYCE ANN O'SHAUGHNESSY, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 34 Sonning Rd., Beverly MA, 01915. Blood Drive 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2; Biology SAC 3,4; Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Committee for Campus Ministry 1,2,3,4; Alpha Sigma Nu; Fenwick Scholar. PRESTON J. O'TOOLE, JR., A.B. Economics- Accounting; 176 Birchwood Rd., Paramus, NJ, 07652. Pre-Management Society 3,4 (President); Intramurals 1,2,3,4. EVELYN MARGARET ORLIK, A.B. Biology; 287 Fuller St., Ludlow, MA, 01056. Biology Society 1,2,3,4. THOMAS DANIEL OSTRONIC, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 13613 Esworthy Dr., Germantown, MD, 20767. CHRISTOPHER M. OTT, A.B. Chemistry; 185 Corona St., Springfield, MA, 01104. KENT M. OZMAN, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 7 Westview Ave., Milbury, MA, 01527. PATRICK F. PADDEN, JR. A.B. Political Science; 82 Cumberland Rd., Leominster, MA, 01453. SFA 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; House Committees 1,2,3,4; Varsity Basketball Manager 2,3,4. LOIS MARIE PALMER, A.B. Economics-Accounting; 545 Oak St., Westwood, MA, 02090. Swimming 1,2,3,4; Committee for Campus Ministry 1,2,3,4; Chess Club 2; Pre-Management Society 2,3,4. ANN PAQUIN, A.B. Economics-Accounting; 1530 Stafford Ave., Bristol, CT, 06010. Economics SAC 3,4; Fenwick Theatre 1,2,3,4. SUSAN L. PARKHURST, A.B. Spanish; Forest Hill Dr., Kingston, NY, 12401. MARK M. PASQUINI, A.B. Psychology; Furnace Hill, Cheshire, MA, 01225. Rugby Club 2,3; Big Brother 1; Worcester State Hospital Volunteer 2; Voluntary Probation Officer 4; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4. ANTHONY J. P. PATTERSON, A.B. Psychology; 85-A Riverdale Ave., Yonkers, NY, 10701. Hospital Volunteer 1,3; WCHC 1; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; CCB of D 1,2; BSU 1,2,3,4; CCD 1; Worcester Youth Guidance Center Volunteer 2. RICHARD MICHAEL PATTERSON, A.B. History; 4 Dunaskin Ave., Centerville, MA, 02632. WCHC 1,2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 4; Admissions lour Guide 1,2,3. MARY HELEN PAX, A.B. History; 11 Chesterfield Rd., Worcester, MA, 01602. Language Corridor 1; Hunger Action Coalition 2; House Council 2; JYA 3; Student Teacher 4. THERESA M. PAYNE, A.B. Sociology; 19 Willow Ave., Hempstead, NY, 11550. Big Sister 1, BSU 1,2,3; SGA 3; ACT 4; Volunteer Probation Officer 4. STEPHEN J. PECK, A.B. Physics; 4190 Old Homestead Rd., Syracuse, NY, 13215. House Council 1; SGA (Vice-Chairman); SAFC (Chairman 4); Physics SAC 3,4; RA 3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; SFA 3. PAULA A. PELLETIER, A.B. Biology; 11 Gunstock Rd. Scarboro, ME, 04074. Fencing; Biology Society; Alpha Sigma Nu; Glee Club; Science Club. LENARD J. PENNELLA, JR., A.B. Political Science; 54 Crockett Ave., Boston, MA, 02124. St. Thomas More Society; Hunger Action Coalition; Knights of Columbus; Rugby Club; Washington Intern. DEBRA A. PERCH, A.B. Mathematics; 52 Thornton Rd., Worcester, MA, 01606. DEBRA J. PERRY, A.B. Economics; 110 South St. E, Raynham, MA, 02767. MARYELLEN P. PERRY, A.B. Sociology; 7 Westview Ave., Shrewsbury, MA 01545. SYNDA LOU PERSSON, A.B. English; 56 South Lake Dr., River Plaza, NJ, 07701. Photography Club 1,2,3; BJF Debating 2,3,4; Gymnastics Club 1,2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 1,2,3,4. RAYMOND J. PHANEUF, A.B. Physics Pre-Medical; 271 Nashua Rd., Dracut, MA, 01826. Intramurals 2,3,4; Physics Society 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 4; Physics SAC 3,4; Sailing 3,4; HIE 3,4; Crew 4; Social Committee 4. JOHN J. PHELAN III, A.B. History Pre-Medical; 585 Jefferson Ct., Guilderland, NY, 12084. SPUD 1,2,3,4; Phi Alpha Theta 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH C. PICONE, A.B. Political Science; 37 Melton Dr., E. Hartford, CT, 06118. ELIZABETH A. PINK, A.B. Sociology; 151 Stratford St., W. Roxbury, MA, 02132. BARBARA ANN PISELLI, A.B. Sociology; 11 Clearwater Rd., Newton, MA, 02162. Apocalypse 1; Big Sister 2,3,4; Voluntary Probation Officer 3; CCD Teacher 1,2,4. VALERIE C. PLAZA, A.B. Classics; 39 Ridge Crest Dr., Westfield, MA, 01085. STEVEN FRANCIS POLACHI, A.B. History; 348 Highbrook Ave., Pelham, NY, 10803. House Council 1,2; House Social Chairman 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; SPUD 2,3,4; 1843 Club 3; Yacht Club 5; Purple Patcher 4. ANTHONY POLIKOWSKI, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 64 Water St., Marlboro, MA, 01752. HUMBERT J. POLITO, JR., A.B. Religious Studies; 16616 Claire Ave., Cleveland, OH, 44111. JESSE B. PORTER, A.B. Sociology; 22 Clippership Ln., East Boston, MA, 02128. WCHC 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Purple Patcher 1,2,4; Crusader 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; SPUD 2,3,4; Voluntary Probation Officer 4; BSU 1,2,3,4. CHRISTOPHER POTTER, A.B. English; 22 Olinda Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, 10706. JOHN M. POURBAFX, JR., A.B. Economics; 20 Inverness Rd., Norwood, MA, 02062. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Purple Patcher 4. KATHLEEN G. POWERS, A.B. Fine Arts; 514 Main St., Lewiston, ME, 04240. ANN M. PRENDERGAST, A.B. Sociology; 71 Richardson Rd., Lynn, MA, 01904. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Purple Patcher 4. MICHAEL CHARLES PRIBEK, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 7 Netherton Ter., Morristown, NJ, 07960. Martial Arts 1; Intramurals 1; YOYO 2,3,4. MICHAEL F. PRINCICOTTA, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 207 Oak Neck Rd., West Islip, NY, 11195. MARY E. PRYOR, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 276 Oakland St., Wellesley, MA, 02181. PATRICIA ANNE RADICE, A.B. English; 1915 Heritage Rd., Schenectady, NY, 12309. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; CCD Teacher 4; Breakfast Club 1,2,3,4. JANET RAIMO, A.B. Economics-Accounting; 14 Burpee Rd., Swampscott, MA, 01907. SPUD Big Sister 1,2,3,4; Crew 1,2,3; CCD Teacher 2. CHARLES ELLIS RAINEY, A.B. History; 1118 W Jefferson St., Philadelphia, PA, 19122. House Council 1; Fenwick Theatre 1,2; Army ROTC 1; BSU 1,2,3,4 (Acting President 2, President 2,3); HC Representative to Black Student Congress of Worcester 1; Black Student Theatre Group 3; Student Library Assistant 3,4; Intramurals 2; Crusader 4; Black Student Recruiter 4. CAMERON JAY RAINS, A.B. Political Science; 3714 Meadowville Dr., Cincinnati, OH, 45211. Humanities Sequence 1; Baseball 2; 1843 2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 3,4; Washington Intern 3; House Council 3; Football 1,2,3; JV Football Coach 4. STEPHEN M. RAST, A.B. Philosophy Pre-Medical; 15 Whitebirch Dr., Pomona, NY, 10970. MARY CATHERINE READ, A.B. Sociology; 471 Aberdeem Rd., Lewiston, NY, 14092. SPUD 2,3,4; CCB of D 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; House Council 3; Women's Organization 4; Alpha Kappa Delta 3,4. ABIGAIL T. REARDON, A.B. English; 77 Chelsea Rd., Garden City, NY, 11530. JOHN J. REARDON, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 122 Blaisdell Ave., Pawtucket, RI, 02860. 1843 Club 1,2,3,4 (President 4); Rugby Club 2,3,4 (Treasurer 4); SGA 2,3,4; Pre-Management Society 1,2,3,4. JEAN M. REGAN, A.B. History; RFD Pleasant St., Leominster, MA, 01453. ANNE MARIE REILLY, A.B. Political Science; 6 Olympia Way, Andover, MA, 01810. CCD Teacher 1,2,3,4 (Coordinator 4); ACT 1,2; CCB of D 1,2; SGA 3,4; Students for Life 3,4; Committee for Campus Ministry 4. JOHN J. REILLY, A.B. History; 5 Mark Cr., Holden, MA, 01220. JOHN REPPUCCI, A.B. Economics; 1005 Revere Beach Pkwy., Revere, MA, 02051. Hockey 1; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4. JOHN S. RESKO, A.B. English; 5 Clarkview Rd., Newburgh, NY, 12550. JANE ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, A.B. English; 25 Crosshill Rd., West Hartford, CT, 01607. Purple Key 4; English SAC 2,3; Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4. NINA MARIE RICCIO, A.B. History; 33 Eames Blvd., Bridgeport, CT, 06605. Apocalypse 1,2; SPUD Big Sister 1,2,3,4; ACT 1,2. GAIL E. RILEY, A.B. Urban Studies; 46 Garden Pkwy., Norwood, MA, 02062. Purple Patcher (Secretary); Football-Basketball Cheerleading (Captain 3,4); Intramurals 1,2,3,4; YARC 3. MICHAEL GERARD RILEY, A.B. English-Religious Studies; 2907 Plymouth Dr., Rocky River, OH, 44116. ROBERT RIPP, A.B. History; Beverly Rd., Rye, NY, 10580. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Rugby Club 1,2,3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 4; SPUD Big Brother 1,2. EDWARD PAUL RIULI, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 8 Falcon PI., Wayne, NJ, 07470. WCHC 1,2,3,4 (Asst. Station Manager, Program Director, Music Director); National Science Foundation/Student Originated Studies Summer Research Project 4 (Director); Intramurals 1,2,3,4; SPUD 1,2. MICHAEL E. ROBERGE, A.B. History-Fine Arts; 4 Laidlaw La., Scarboro, ME, 04074. LISA JAY ROBERTS, A.B. Political Science; RFD 2, Bx 915g, Riverhead, NY, 11901. SUSAN ELIZABETH ROBINSON, A.B. History; 100 Slater St., Webster, MA, 01570. JOHN CHRISTOPHER ROCHE, A.B. Economics; P.O. Bx 366, Snug Harbor Station, Duxbury, MA, 02332. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Crusader 1,2; WCHC 3,4; Purple Patcher 4. JULIE FRANCES ROCKWOOD, A.B. Psychology; 13 Clapp St., Walpole, MA, 02081. House Council 1; Judicial Board 1,2,3; CCD Teacher 3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Psi Chi; Alpha Sigma Nu. CATHERINE LEE ROSE, A.B. Sociology; 49 Davidson Rd, Worcester, MA, 01605. SPUD 2,3,4. RICHARD A. ROSIELLO, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 10 Wheeler Ave., Shrewsbury, MA, 01545. ELIZABETH A. ROSSEEL, A.B. History; 17 Garden St., Auburn, MA, 01501. Admissions 1,2; Crusader 2,4; School Volunteers of Worcester 2,4; JYA 3; Volleyball 2; Basketball 1. JOANNE M. ROSSI, A.B. Economics; 71 Shirley St., Winthrop, MA, 02152. CHARLES M. ROSZKO, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 167 Main St., Dupont, PA, 18641. Football 1,2,3,4; Pre-Management Society 3,4. DONNA MARIE ROY, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 49 Dutton St., Worcester, MA, 01610. Kung Fu 1; Gymnastics 1; Crew 2; SGA 3 (Recording Secretary); Psi Chi 4 (Vice-President). CHRISTOPHER P. ROZYCKI, A.B. Political Science; 5539 Alomar Dr., Cincinatti, OH, 45238. House Council; Football; Track; Cross and Scroll; Intramurals; Industrial Relations Inst. ANDREA MARIE RUA, A.B. English; 750 Albany Ave., Ext., Kingston, NY, 12401. MARK JOHN RUSSELL, A.B. Economics; 107 Kensington Ave., Jersey City; NJ, 07304. 1843 Club 3,4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 3,4; Purple Patcher 4; Pre-Management Society 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Senior Week 4. JOHN J. RYAN, A.B. History; 37 Mile Rd., Suffem, NY, 10901. MARY PATRICIA RYAN, A.B. Economics; 333 Plymouth Ave., Brightwaters, NY, 11718. Tennis 1,2; JYA 3. STEVEN M. RYAN, A.B. Physics; 147 Peabody St., Gardner, MA, 01440. Crew 1,2,3,4; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; YOYO 4. SYLVESTER LEE SALCEDO, A.B. Religious Studies; 64 M.H. Del Pilar St., Da Gupan City, Pangasinan, 0701, Philippines. MICHAEL GEORGE SALLOUM, A.B. Political Science; 146 Farrar Ave., Worcester, MA, 01604. Middle East Studies Club 1,2; Hanify Club 3. THOMAS V. SANNICANDRO, A.B. English; 80 Long Ave., Framingham, MA, 01701. WCHC 1,2,3; SPUD 1,2,3; Intramurals 3,4; Crusader 2,3,4. PAULA J. SASSO, A.B. Religious Studies; 30 Bear Hill Rd., Stoneham, MA, 02180. SPUD Big Sister 2,3,4; Purple Key 3; Women's Organization 3,4; Commencement Committee 4; Committee for Campus Ministry 1,2,3,4. MATTHEW E. SCHELLHORN, A.B. Economics; 344 Nursey Ln., Westbury, NY, 11590. Baseball 1,2,3; NROTC 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROSEMARY SCHILLACI, A.B. English; 276 Sunrise Ter., Bridgeport, CT, 06606. Crusader 1,2,3; The Purple 1; SPUD Elderly Program 4. MARY-JO P. SCHRANG, A.B. Sociology; 171 Schanck Rd., Freehold, NJ, 07728. JOHN P. SCOTT III, A.B. Sociology; 4 West Lake St., Worcester, MA, 01603. RAYMOND V. SCULLY, A.B. Economics; 731 Woodcrest Rd., Radnor, PA, 19087. MICHAEL H. SHANAHAN, A.B. Economics; 46 Hudson St., Lynn, MA, 01904. SGA 2,3,4 (Chairman 2,3); WCHC 3,4; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4; Judicial Board 2; Senior Committee 4. MICHAEL TIMOTHY SHANNON, A.B. Biology; 240 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA, 01609. Lacrosse 2,3,4 (Co-Captain); Biology Society 3,4; Intramurals 1,2. DANIEL PATRICK SHARKEY, A.B. Economics- Accounting; 25 Villanova Rd., Parlin, NJ, 08859. RA 4; House Council 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Fencing 3; Pre-Management Society 2,3,4. ELLEN MARIE SHEEHAN, A.B. Fine Arts; 64 Putnam Rd., Somerville, MA, 02145. Track 1; Crew 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; YOYO 4. PAUL F. SHOEN, A.B. Psychology; Suite 1100, 2727 N Central Ave., Pheonix, AZ, 85004. Intramurals 2,3,4. JOSEPH SINKEWICZ, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 6 Pine St., Wheelwright, MA, 01094. Baseball 1,2,3,4. MARK H. SIPPLE, A.B. Political Science; 120 DeWittshire Rd., DeWitt, NY, 13214. Purple Key 2,3,4; SPUD 3,4; CCD Teacher 4; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 2,3,4; Pre-Management Society 2,3; Intramurals Referee 3,4; Admissions 4; House Council 3; Golf 3,4; YARC 4. EDWARD A. SITEMAN, A.B. Mathematics; 130 Munjoy South, Portland, ME, 04101. BRIAN G. SIWICKE A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 14 Elda Rd., Norwood, MA, 02062. BERNARD G. SKOMAL, A.B. Economics; 64 Lookout Dr., Fairfield, CT, 06432. JANET M. SMITH, A.B. French-Fine Arts; 42 Jackson Rd., Belmont, MA, 02178. Intramurals 1,2; Fine Arts SAC 2,4; JYA 3; Worcester Art Museum 2,4. KAREN M. SMITH, A.B. Psychology; 70 Athol St., Allston, MA, 02134. THOMAS J. SOLITARIO, A.B. Physics; 11144 Saffold Way, Reston, VA, 22090. Rugby Club 2,3,4; Fencing 1,2; Intramurals 1; Physics Society 4; House Council 1,4; ROTC 2,3,4; Arnold Air Society 2,3,4; Rifle Team 2; Pistol Team 2; Pre-Management Society 4. M. JEFFRY SPAHR, A.B. Political Science — History; 4 Eugene Dr., Norwalk, CT, 06831. St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society (Vice-President); Baseball; Football; SGA; Intramurals; Boxing Exhibition. JOHN F. STAFSTROM, JR., A.B. Economics — Accounting; 185 Tremont St., Newington, CT, 06111. SPUD Big Brother 2; Omicron Delta Epsilon 3,4; Head House Counselor 4; Cheerleading 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; CCB Teacher 3,4. DAVID HENRY STAHELSKI, A.B. Economics; 23 Thomas Dr., W Springfield, MA, 01089. Crew 1,2,3,4; Fenwick Theatre 1; Pre-Management Society 4; Knights of Columbus 4. GARY OLIVER STANKIEWICZ, A.B. Political Science; 21 Longfellow Rd., Holyoke, MA, 01040. WCHC 1,2,3,4 (Executive Board); Student Judicial Board 3; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4. LORI LEE STASUKELIS, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 366 Pine St., Gardner, MA, 01440. CCB of D 3,4 (Executive Board 4); Pub Treasurer 4; RA 3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4. PETER JAMES STEFANIK, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 9 Brow Hill Rd., Somers, CT, 06071. Marching Band 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; School Volunteers for Worcester 3; Commencement Committee 4 (Treasurer); SPUD Elderly Program 4. CATHERINE ELLEN STENGER, A.B. Classics; 205 3rd Ave., Apt. 8F, NY, NY, 10003. Lacrosse 1; Gymnastics 2; Slimnastics 2; SPUD Elderly Program 1; Women's Organization 1. JULIE STEVENS, A.B. Classics; 817 Turkey Run Rd., McLean, VA 22101. SPUD 2,3; RA 4; Judicial Board 4; Basketball 1,2; House Council 3. MICHAEL STEVENS, A.B. Political Science; Birch Meadow Rd., Merrimac, MA, 01860. House Council 3; Purple Patcher 3,4 (Faculty Editor 4); Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Young Democrats 1. MARGARET MARY STINER, A.B. English — Religious Studies; 209 Rockwood PI., Syracuse, NY, 13215. MARCUS F. STODDARD, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 9104 Liman Ct., Friendly, Md., 20031. BRIAN F. STONE, A.B. Mathematics; 474 Grove St., Worcester, MA, 01605. JEFFREY M. STOODT, A.B. English; 801 West 79th St., Apt., 409, Darien, IL., 60559. Crusader 2,3,4; WCHC 2,3,4; Film Committee 3; Today; Intramurals. HAROLD WILLIAM SULLIVAN, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 9408 Lawndale, Evanston, IL. 60203. Lacrosse 1,2,3,4; Chess 1,2. KATHLEEN MARY SULLIVAN, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 525 Edgell Rd., Framingham, MA, 01701. KEVIN EDWARD SULLIVAN, A.B. Political Science; 15 Learned St., Nashua, NH, 03060. LADD B. SULLIVAN, A.B. Political Science; 15 Cape Cod Ln., Milton, MA, 02187. Crusader 1,2 (Photographic Editor 2); Purple Patcher 3,4; St. Thomas More Society 1,2,3,4; Theatre Club 3,4; Crosscurrents 4; The Purple 1,2,3,4; Photographic Society 1,2,3,4. MARGARET SULLIVAN, A.B. English; 272 Silver Hill Rd., Concord, MA, 01742. CCD Teacher 2; Lacrosse 2; RA 3,4; Cross and Scroll 3,4; SGA 3; JYA3. TIMOTHY JOSEPH SULLIVAN III, A.B. History; 148 Cedar St., Dedham, MA, 02026. House Council 1; Social Committee 1; SPUD 2,3; SGA 3,4; Jazz Ensemble 4. MARK A. P. SUPRUNOWICZ, A.B. Economics; 976 Douglas Ct., Schenectady, NY, 12309. Head House Counselor 3; House Council 1,3; Basketball 1,2; Purple Key Big Brother 2,4. CATHERINE ELLEN SWEENEY, A.B. English; 174 Watchung Ave., Upper Montclair, NJ, 07043. Glee Club 1; Blood Drive 1,2; BJF Debating Society 2,4; Liturgical Committee 2; Committee for Campus Ministry 3,4; First Aid Instructor 1,2,3,4; Crusader 3,4; YARC 2,3,4 (President 3; Advisor4); Student Assistant College Gallery 3,4. FRANK P.J. SWEENEY, A.B. Philosophy; 174 Watchung Ave., Upper Montclaire, NJ, 07043. JEAN MARIA SWEENEY, A.B. English; 223 Boulevard, Scarsdale, NY, 10583. Debating 1,2; Women's Organization 1,2,4; JYA 3. ANN FRANCES SWEENY, A.B. History; 29 Shaw Dr., Wayland, MA, 01778. Swimming 1,2; House Council 2,3; Judicial Board 3; History Colloquium Committee 3; Washington Intern 4. KEVIN PATRICK SWEENY, A.B. History; 40 Fairfield Dr., Painesville, OH, 44077. Yacht Club; Photographic Society; House Council; Purple Patcher. JOHN P. SYPEK, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 76 Eddy St., Springfield, MA, 01104. GAIL ANNE TALARICO, A.B. History; 3 Point St., Haverhill, MA, 01830. Band 1; Field Hockey 2; Track 3; Big Sister 2; Fenwick Theatre 4; House Council 4; Senior Committee 4; Purple Patcher 4; Breakfast Club 1,2,3,4. ROBERT J. TARUTIS, A.B. Philosophy; 42 Bornwood Dr., Norwood, MA, 02062. Crusader 3,4; Fencing 2,3,4; Eastern European Studies Club 1. SUZANNE TASSINARI, A.B. French; 253 Court St., Plymouth, MA, 02360. Choir 2,3; Schola 2,3,4; Folk Group 2,3,4 (Coordinator 4); Intramurals 2,3,4; Liturgical Committee 3 (Secretary); Big Sister 3,4; Psi Sigma Iota 3,4; Early Music Group 4. KEVIN G. TAYLOR, A.B. History; 11 Thornbury Rd., Scarsdale, NY, 10538. Big Brother 2; RA 3. PAUL EDWARD TAYLOR, JR., A.B. Sociology; 35 Pleasant Garden Rd., Canton, MA, 02021. NROTC; Intramurals; Military Ball Committee; Knights of Columbus; SPUD; Pre-Management Society. SEAN M. TEAGUE, A.B. History; 48 South St., Great Barrington, MA, 01230. PHILIP ANTHONY TEMPLETON, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 6115 Granton Ave., Apt. 14-C, N. Bergen, NJ, 07047. Social Chairman 1; Today 1,2; Intramurals 1,3; BJF Debating 2,3; Liturgical Committee 2,3; Psychology SAC 3; Foster Parents Fund Campus Coordinator 3,4; Co-Chairperson Pre-Medical Society 3; RA 4. HARRY K. THOMAS, JR., A.B. Political Science; 109-29 192nd St., St. Albans, NY, 11412. JOHN MICHAEL TIROLETTO, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 345 Brainard Rd., Enfield, CT, 06082. WCHC 1,2,3,4 (Business Manager); Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4 (Warden); SGA 3,4; Students for Life 3,4; Crosscurrents 3,4 (Associate Editor). JAMES BERNARD TORMEY, A.B. Histoiy Pre-Medical; 16 Lefferts Rd., Garden City, NY, 11530. Cross and Scroll 2,3; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 4; House Council 2,3. MICHAEL PEARCE TRACY, A.B. Economics — Accounting; 30 Cross St., Gardner, MA, 01440. Crew 1,2,3,4. DOUGLAS MICHAEL TREPP, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 44 Wildwood Dr., Greenwich, CT, 06830. Baseball 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Social Committee 3,4; HIE 3,4 (Treasurer 4.). MARY ELIZABETH TROMBLY, A.B. French; 858 Great Pond Rd., N. Andover, MA, 01845. Crusader 1; Cross and Scroll 3,4; SPUD 2,3; Intramurals 2,4; Phi Sigma Iota; French Club 2; Ski Team 2; RSU 3. MICHAEL TUCKER, A.B. History; Route 20 RFD 1, Southbridge, MA, 01550. Intramurals 4. JUDY M. TULLY, A.B. Spanish; 8 Fryburg Rd., Woburn, MA, 01801. WAYNE P. TUPPER, A.B. Political Science; 18 Mayflower Rd., Northboro, MA, 01532. KEVIN JAMES TURNER, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 89 Euclid Ave., Lynn, MA, 01904. Biology Society 1,2,3,4; SGA 3,4; CCD Teacher 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 4; SPUD 1; Library Committee 3,4. KEVIN J. TWOHIG, A.B. Psychology Pre-Medical; 287 N. Main St., East Longmeadow, MA, 01028. LYNNE ANN USTACH, A.B. Political Science; 307 Farmington Ave., New Britain, CT, 06053. DONNA MARIE VALENTE, A.B. Art-History; 64 S. New St., Bradford, MA, 01830. Phi Sigma Iota, CCB of D. DONNA THERESA VASSALLO, A.B. History; 65 Lodgehill Rd., Hyde Park, MA, 02136. Humanities Sequence Steering Committee; Cheerleading 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,4; JYA 3. MICHAEL J. VICENS, A.B. Mathematics; 64 Brooks St., Worcester, MA, 01606. PETER B. WADE, A.B. Physics Pre-Medical; 55 Scotch Cap Rd., Quaker Hill, CT, 06375. JOSEPH PAUL WAGNER, A.B. History; 254 Chantry Rd., Timonium, MD, 21093. Admissions Committee 2,3,4; SGA 2,3,4; Head House Counselor 2; RA 3; AHRA 4; SFA 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Golf 1; Lacrosse 2; Education SAC 4. F. JOSEPH WAICKMAN, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; 2377 Thurmont Rd., Akron, OH, 44313. Fencing 1; Mountaineering 1; Cheerleading 2,3; Hunger Action Coalition 2; Cross and Crucible 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Eucharistic Minister 3,4; Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; CCD Teacher 3,4; Assertive Training 3; 1843 Club 3; RA 4; SGA 4; Social Committee 4. KAREN ANN WALSH, A.B. Psychology; 58 Carmalt Rd., Hamden, CT, 06517. Purple Patcher 2,3,4 (Graduate Editor 4); ACT 1; Swimming 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ANDREA A. WARD, A.B. Mathematics; 15 Hoover Rd., Hingham, MA, 02043. DEBORAH ANNE WARREN, A.B. Psychology; 7 Vadnais St., East Longmeadow, MA, 01028. Campus Tours 1,2,3; Purple Patcher 2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Big Sister 1,2,3,4. HYRON E. WARREN, A.B. Psychology; 15 Pennsylvania Ave., Hempstead, NY, 11550. DAVID EDWARD WAZER, A.B. Chemistry Pre-Medical; N. Main St., Malborough, CT, 06447. Big Brother 1; Cross and Crucible 2,4'; RA 3; AHRA 4. TIMOTHY M. WEITHERS, A.B. Economics; 207 N. Linden Ave., Oak Park, IL, 60302. DAVID WELCH, A.B. English; 196 Concord Rd., Longmeadow, MA, 01160. MICHELE ANN WELCH, A.B. English; Main St., Enfield, NH, 03748. Field Hockey 1,2 (Manager); Basketball 1,2 (Manager); Tennis 1 (Manager); Social Committee 1,2,4; CCD Teacher 3,4; Breakfast Club 1,2,3,4; Photographic Society 4; Blood Drive 2,4. BARBARA A. WESOLOWSKI, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 2 Spruce St., Stoneham, MA, 02182. Choir 1,3,4; Biology Society 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; House Council 2,3 (Assistant Head 3); ACT 3,4; Crew 3,4; Band 1,2; Breakfast Club 1,2,3,4. CHRISTINE JOAN WHITE, A.B. English; 81 Alpine St., Manchester, NH, 03102. Crusader 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Cross Country 4; SAFC 4 (Public Affairs Secretary). DAVID WARREN WIGENTON, A.B. Histoiy; 623 Columbia Rd. N.W., Washington, DC, 20001. BSU 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; SPUD 1,2,3,4; SGA 1,2,3,4 (Executive Board); Band 2; Hunger Action Coalition 2. GREGG OLIN WILCOX, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; Allen Hill Rd., RFD #1, Brooklyn, CT, 06234. House Council 1; HIE 3,4; Pub Committee Chairman 3,4. KAREN LYNN WILCOX, A.B. Economics; 677 Wall St., Elmira, NY, 14905. CCD Teacher 4; Blood Drive 1,2,3,4. BRIAN A. WILLIAMS, A.B. Political Science; 41 Greenfield Ln., Scituate, MA, 02066. JOHN J. WILLIAMS III, A.B. English; 87 Sunset Dr., Brockton, MA, 02401. Social Committee 1,2,3; Hockey 2; English SAC 2,3,4; Purple Patcher 3,4 (Activities and Events Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4); Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL D. WILLIAMS, A.B. History; 5000 11th St. NE, Washington, DC, 20017. SUBRINA LOLA WILLIAMS, A.B. Fine Arts; 27 Symphony Rd., Boston, MA, 02115. Basketball 1,2; Track 3,4; House Council 1; Intramurals 3. ROBERTA A. WILLIAMSON, A.B. Economics — Russian; 71 Brister's Hill Rd., Concord, MA, 01742. SHAWN WOODS, A.B. History; RFD #2, Greenlawn Rd., Katonah, NY, 10536. WCHC 2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4. MARY KATHERINE WREN, A.B. English; 16 Kingsland Rd., N. Tarrytown, NY, 10591. Purple Key 1,2,3,4. JULIE ANN WRIGHT, A.B. Biology; 52 Mystic Ave., Melrose, MA, 02176. Biology Society 1,2,3,4; SPUD 1,2,3,4; CCD Teacher 4; House Council 2; Washington Intern 3. WILLIAM JAMES WRIGHT, A.B. Sociology; 10638 Ave. F, Chicago, IL, 60617. DONNA WYKOWSKI, A.B. Political Science; 69 Pearl St., Holyoke, MA, 01040. Big Sisters 1; Committee for Campus Ministry 2,3; Intramurals 3,4; CCB of D 2,3,4 (Co-Chairperson Recreations Committee 4); CCD Teacher 3,4; Breakfast Club 4. GEOFFREY M. WYSHAK, A.B. Biology Pre-Medical; 399 Bigelow St., Marlboro, MA, 01752. MELANIE ZAMACHAJ, A.B. Sociology; 41 Weaver Rd., Springfield, MA, 01107. DONNA MARIE ZAWISA, A.B. History; Laurel Heights, Higganum, CT, 06441. Women's Organization 1; Purple Key 1,2,3,4. MAURA T. ZLODY, A.B. Sociology; 12 Berwick St., Worcester, MA, 01602. CONTRIBUTORS Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Collins John E. Fox Thomas D. Leary George D. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. James F. Murray Dr. and Mrs. John M. Pourbaix Mr. John C. Reppucci,.Sr. Mr. William J. Santousuosso Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Traci Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Wehman Mr. and Mrs. John J. Williams PATRONS Mr. Roland A. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. James L. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Baggott Judge and Mrs. Robert A. Belmonte Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Blowe Mr. and Mrs. John V. Browne Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Burke Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cahill Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Calderone Dr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Cannamela Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Cipolla D.J. Connolly Elizabeth J. Cuenin Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Curtin Mr. and Mrs. John T. Donoghue Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Egan Judge and Mrs. Paul F. Elward Stan and Loretta Evans Dr. and Mrs. Jose M. Fernandez Richard D. Fitzgerald Peter Gandolfo Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Gannon W. Arthur Garrity Mr. and Mrs. David F. Gonynor Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. O. Heilbron Dr. and Mrs. Paul F. Hopper Dr. and Mrs. James J. Houser Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jank John M. Jenks Edward and Bernadette Johnson Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kilmartin Mr. and Mrs. William J. Loughlin Judge and Mrs. James P. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. John T. Magnier Joseph D. Mann Mr. and Mrs. William J. McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McGrimley Anthony Menna Edward J. Murtaugh Mrs. Emma Muri J. Hobie Murnane Mr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Murray, Jr. Mrs. William Myers Dr. and Mrs. Francis C. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. William R. O'Brien Patricia M. Patterson Richard L. Persson James M. Quinlan Mr. and Mrs. John E. Roe Robert W. Ross, Jr. Dr. Joseph Rowley Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roy John F. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. James A. Soufleris Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. John Welch Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wernig James V. Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. William J. Young DONORS Dr. Joseph B. Addante Mr. and Mrs. Vincent F. Apicella Frank H. Armani Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Barry, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Branzetti Mr. Henry P. Breen, Jr. Francis Bryson Mr. and Mrs. James H. Buckley, Jr. Mr. Richard J. Burke Leonard D. Cabana Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Cacciola Mr. Angelo M. Carnevale Mr. and Mrs. Odesseas J. Chiungas Mr. and Mrs. William Conlon Mr. and Mrs. Channing R. Coveney Hugh F. Cox Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Currie, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kiernan J. Dale Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. deNapoli William T. Donovan, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonce L. Duquette Mr. and Mrs. George F. Farrell Mrs. George J. Ferguson, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James C. Ferrucci Dr. Thomas G. Fiorica Mr. and Mrs. James J. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fitzgibbons Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. George Peter Gilmore James Gleeson Mr. John W. Glispin, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hall Dr. and Mrs. A.L. Hamel George L. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heffernan Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hulseman Louis C. Isaak James M. Keresey James E. Kielley Mr. and Mrs. William Landergan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent B. Landers Henry W. Leader Mrs. J.H. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. James Maher Dr. and Mrs. John Massarelli Mr. and Mrs. Aldo J. Mazzaferro John J. McCarthy Gerald McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. John McEllin Mr. and Mrs. James J. McGrath Mr. and Mrs. John J. McLay Joseph E. Meister Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Moncatta Mr. and Mrs. John G. O'Connell Barbara C. O'Malley Mr. and Mrs. William K. Pratt Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Radice Max F. Rast Patricia Read Paul F. Saint Joseph X. Seaman Albert Silva Claire W. Simensen Carole L. Skestone Mrs. Timothy J. Spillane Dr. Eleanor McDonald Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. John P. Sypek, Jr. Megumi Takayama Mr. and Mrs. William M. Tredwell Lillian J. Ustach Mr. Robert J. Vandal, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian E. Van Dorpe Dr. and Mrs. Philip B. Wade Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wesolowski Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Woods Finished. The oft-doubted conclusion to a year's problems, triumphs disappointments finally reached in the sultry heat of this June Thursday. Strangely after the unending stream of calls, letters inquiries and criticism the task is finished alone. Perhaps it is not so strange at that, but a reflection of how it was the majority of the time. I would like to acknowledge here those people who helped and hindered in the course of the experience. — Special thanks and praise to Dick Lowe our representative from Hunter Publishing without whose invaluable assistance and encouragement there would certainly have been no 1978 Purple Patcher. A heartfelt thank you. — To Linda Miller, also of Hunter Publishing, without whose design wizardry we could not have managed. — To Kathy Leary whose prudent budgeting, shrewd management and helpful encouragement were among the brightest spots of the experience — To the staff of the Student Activities Office, particularly Mabel Johnson and Bonnie Cazeault whose assistance was indispensable — To my 8:00 a.m. answering service — To the Hiding Place — To the Editor of Lines who was there when I needed him — To the Exalted One — To my photographers for showing me the importance of responsibility and dependability through their lack of both — To the residents of Hans. 1 for their continued encouragement and compassion — To the members of my staff who countered my farewell thanks with expressions of penitence and contrition — I needed much more tangible penance and much earlier in the year — To those who were there in the end who can truly understand what the previous 383 pages mean — Patty O'Connor, Ellen Hall and Kathy Leary — my deepest gratitude — To Karen Walsh and Kathy Garrahan for complication of the senior directory — To elderly youths, evening constitutionals, rides in the country May proms, drunken alumni, and all the things that made life bearable May 15-June 1 — To my photographers for the art lines in the sports section — To our staff member from Massapequa — I trust you will perform better if you choose as a profession the task you performed for me — To Karen Filiault and Ann Pendergast for their typing assistance — To Divine Providence for keeping me alive to write this 1800 copies of the 384 page book were printed by Hunter Publishing Company, Winston-Salem, N.C. The paper is 80 lb. dull enamel and the type style is Palatino. The cover, a full cut die, embossed with a full black rub, was designed by Rosemary Conroy. The senior photographer was Adams Studios of Fitchburg, Mass.